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Col. Richard R. Hallock Papers (MC 284)


Biographical Note

     Richard Reid Hallock was born in New Jersey on November 23, 1919 to Archibald Hallock and Elizabeth Reid Hallock.  He died on July 27, 1999 in Oberlin, Ohio.  He is buried at Fort Benning, Georgia in the post cemetery.  On August 8, 1941 in Elkton, Maryland he married Jane Phillips, who was born in Brazil, Indiana on July 14, 1920 and died on February 4, 1991 in Los Angeles, California. They had four children:  Richard Phillips Hallock (b. September 25, 1946), Jeffrey Frost Hallock (b. July 14, 1950), Timothy Langdon Hallock (b. 30 March, 1956 and who died shortly after birth), and Amanda (b. 20 September, 1960).  He married Myriam Lahaurine Johnston in the 1990s.

     He served in the military for nearly 25 years, starting from his enlistment 1942 when he joined the U. S. Army.  He trained at Fort Benning, Georgia and in 1943, he would serve as Regimental Demolitions Officer and Rifle Company Officer, serving in the 551st, the 504th, and the 82nd Airborne Division in the Mediterranean-European Theater during World War II.  In 1945-1946, he returned to Fort Benning to attend the Parachute School.  In 1946, he became part of the Intelligence Division of the War Department as the Liaison Officer to the Department of State and the Navy under the direction of Col. Carter Clarke.  In October of 1946, he was assigned as the Special Assistant for Intelligence and Confidential Secretary to the US Commander-in-Chief, Europe, US Military Governor of Germany, General Lucius Clay.  He served as General Clay's personal aide for intelligence in occupied Berlin from 1946 to 1949.  In 1950, he once again returned to Fort Benning to join the Infantry Test Board as the Chief of Review and Analysis Office and Airborne Advisor.  In 1952, he was assigned to Korea as a Regimental Intelligence and Operations Officer and Infantry Battalion Commander under the command of Col. Joseph R. Russ.  In 1954-1955 he was the Airborne Regimental Combat Team Logistics Officer at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.  One of his most influential positions in the army came in 1956, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, when he became Special Assistant to the Commandant at the Army Command and General Staff College under the then Commandant Major General Lionel C. McGarr.

     In July of 1959, he joined a team that was part of NATO and sent to Izmir, Turkey, attached to the Chief Exercise and Maneuver Branch.  In 1961, he was appointed the Executive Officer to the Special Assistant for Arms Control on the Joint Chiefs of Staff.  In November of 1961 he was made Project Manager for Weapons Systems under the Office of the Secretary of Defense.  In 1962, Dr. Alain Enthoven, Assistant Secretary of Defense, requested that he join his team as a consultant in the office of the Director of Systems Analysis.  In August of 1963, he attended the Army War College where he completed his training in 1964, along with completing a Master's degree at George Washington University.  In 1964, he was assigned to Fort Ord, California where he was Chief Project Team II leader under the Army Combat Development Command Experimentation Center.  He went on to become the Special Assistant to the Director of Force Planning and Analysis at Fort Ord.  On June 1, 1967, Colonel Hallock retired from the U. S. Army after 25 years of service.  During this time, he earned the Master Parachutist Wings, Combat Infantry Badge with Star, the Legion of Merit, a Silver Star, five Bronze Stars (four with "V" for Valor), a Purple Heart and an Army Commendation Medal, among other medals and commendations

     Later in 1967, Dr. Alain Enthoven would again request the service of Col. Hallock as Consultant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense.  He would continue to serve as a system analyst in various positions, including Senior Analyst for the Office of the Bureau of the Budget under Dr. James Schlesinger, and later for the RAND Corporation.  In 1972, he formed a group of management consultant and real estate investment corporations under the umbrella name of Intrec, Incorporated.  Much of Intrec's work involved consulting contracts related to military organization and equipment procurement in Iran and other U. S. allies in the process of modernization.

Scope and Content

The collection is divided into 20 series:

1 – Personal (1938-1997)

2 – 201 (Personnel) Files (1942-1970)

3 – SAWS (1960s-1982)

4 – Journals (1971-1989)

5 – World War II Service (1943-1945)

6 – Fort Benning I (1945-1946)

7 – Berlin (1946-1949)

8 – Fort Benning II (1950-1952)

9 – Korea (1952-1953)

10 – Fort Campbell (1954-1955)

11 – Fort Leavenworth (1956-1959)

12 – Turkey/NATO (1959-1961)

13 – RDTF (Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation) (Weapons Systems) (1961-1962)

14 – Secretary of Defense Division of System Analysis (1962-1963)

15 – Fort Ord (1964-1967)

16 – Bureau of the Budget (1967-1969)

17 – RAND (1969-1972)

       Blue Ribbon Panel

18 – Intrec (1972-)

19 – Miscellaneous Materials

20 - Audio-visual materials (1940s-1980s)

1930s-1980s                                                        153 boxes (57 l.f.)

Commonly Used Abbreviations

AFSC = Armed Forces Staff College

Amanda = Amanda Hallock, daughter of Col. Richard R. Hallock

AMARC = Army Material Acquisition Review Committee

Archie = either Archibald Cobb Hallock (Col. Hallock's father) or Archibald Cobb Hallock, Jr. (Col. Hallock's brother)

ARMISH-MAAG = Army Mission with Imperial Iranian Army and the Military Assistance Advisory Group to Iran

CINPAC = US Commander-in-Chief Pacific

EUCOM = United States European Command

FMS = Foreign Military Sales

FPAO = Force Planning and Analysis Office

GS = Eugene (or Gene) M. Stoner

Jeff = Jeffrey Frost Hallock, son of Col. Hallock

J-5 = Section 5 of the [Iranian] Supreme Commander's Staff organization

J-6 = Section 6 of the [Iranian] Supreme Commander's Staff organization

ICAO/CAO = Iranian Civil Aviation Organization

IIAF = Imperial Iranian Air Force

IIG = Imperial Iranian Gendarmerie

IIGF = Imperial Iranian Ground Forces

IIN = Imperial Iranian Navy

IINP = Imperial Iranian National Police

Isiran or ISI = Information Systems Iran

Lou = Louis Baeriswyl, an employee of Intrec

Mother = Elizabeth Reid Hallock (Col. Hallock's mother)

MOW or IIMOW = [Iranian] Ministry of War

PBO = Plan and Budget Organization (?)

PS = Pierre M. Sprey, Employee of Intrec

RB = Robert G. Bihun, Employee of ARES

RDTF = Research Development, Test, and Evaluation

RH or Dick = Richard R. Hallock

RPH = Richard Phillips Hallock, son of Col. Richard R. Hallock

RS = Richard Sales, Attorney to Richard R. Hallock

SCS = Supreme Commander's Staff

SPS = Standing Planning Committee (Imperial Iranian Armed Forces)

SW = Saul M. Weingarten, Col. Hallock's attorney

T = General Hassan Toufanian, the Iranian Vice Minister of War

USAWC = U.S. Army War College

Names Commonly Abbreviated

Armed Forces State College = AFSC

Army Material Acquisition Review Committee = AMARC

Army Mission with Imperial Iranian Army and the Military Assistance Advisory Group to Iran =
ARMISH-MAAG

Baeriswyl, Louis = Lou, employee of Intrec

Bihun, Robert G. = RB, employee of ARES

Force Planning and Analysis Office = AFAO

Foreign Military Sales = FMS

Hallock, Amanda = Amanda, daughter of Col. Richard R. Hallock

Hallock, Archibald Cobb = Father of Col. Richard R. Hallock

Hallock, Archibald Cobb, Jr. = Archie, brother of Col. Richard R. Hallock

Hallock, Elizabeth Reid = Mother of Col. Richard R. Hallock

Hallock, Jane Phillips = Jane, 1st wife of Col. Hallock

Hallock, Jeffrey Frost = Jeff, son of Col. Richard R. Hallock

Hallock, Richard P = RPH, son of Col. Richard R. Hallock

Hallock, Timothy Langdon = Tim, son of Col. Richard R. Hallock

Information Systems Iran = Isiran or ISI

Imperial Iranian Air Force = IIAF

Imperial Iranian Gendarmerie = IIG

Imperial Iranian Ground Forces = IIGF

Imperial Iranian National Police = IINP

Imperial Iranian Navy = IIN

Imperial Iranian Ministry of War = MOW or IMOW

Iranian Civil Aviation Organization = ICAO or CAO

Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation = RDTE

Sales, Richard = RS

Section 5 of the [Iranian] Supreme Commander's Staff organization = J-5

Section 6 of the [Iranian] Supreme Commander's Staff organization = J-6

Sprey, Pierre M., employee of Intrec = PS

Standing Planning Committee – SPS

Stoner, Eugene (or Gene) M. = GS

Supreme Commander's Staff = SCS

Toufanian, General Hassan, (Iranian Vice Minister of War) = T

U.S. Army War College = USAWC

Weingarten, Saul M., Col. Hallock's attorney = SW

Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Col. Richard R. Hallock Papers must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University.  Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Col. Richard R. Hallock Papers (MC 284)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia

Provenance

Gift of Mrs. Myriam Lahaurine Johnston Hallock in 2011.

Series, Box and Folder List

Series 1 – Personal (1938-1997)

Box 1 – Personal – C.V./Resumes and Address Books

Folder 1 – Personal – C.V./Resumes, 1963-1972

Folder 2 – Personal – Address Books, 1969-1973

     This contains three brown Bates List Finder indexes, three Green Memoranda note books, and an assortment of 13 other address books, both partial and full.

Folder 3 – Personal, Address Books, cont., 1963-1970

     This folder contains a 1963 Diary/Address book, a 1967 desk secretary, 1970 desk secretary, and a 1966 desk calendar.

Box 2 – Address Books

Item 1 – Personal – Green Telephone Book with Address and signature blocks book included

Folder 1 – Personal – Address lists, nd

Folder 2 – Personal – Appointment logs for 1974-1975

Folder 3 – Personal – Appointment logs for 1976

Folder 4 – Personal – Christmas card list, 1976

Folder 5 – Personal – Christmas Cards from Iran, nd

Folder 6 – Personal – Iranian Cards and Invitations, 1974-1975

Box 3 – Personal – Correspondence, General

Folder 1 – Personal – Correspondence, General – A

Folder 2 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Azhari, Gholam Reza, General

Folder 3 – Personal – Correspondence, General - B

Folder 4 – Personal – Correspondence, General - C

Folder 5 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Clarke, Carter W., Colonel

Folder 6 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Clay, Lucius D., General

Folder 7 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Cushman, John H., Lt. Colonel

Folder 8 – Personal – Correspondence, General - D

Folder 9 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Enthoven, Alain

Folder 10 – Personal – Correspondence, General - F

Folder 11 – Personal – Correspondence, General - G

Folder 12 – Personal – Correspondence, General – H

Folder 13 – Personal – Correspondence, General - I

Folder 14 – Personal – Correspondence, General - J

Folder 15 – Personal – Correspondence, General - K

Folder 16 – Personal – Correspondence, General - L

Folder 17 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Lanham, C.T., Major General

Folder 18 – Personal – Correspondence, General - M

Folder 19 – Personal – Correspondence, General – McGarr, Lionel C., General

Box 4 – Personal – Correspondence, General

Folder 1 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Murphy, Robert, Ambassador

Folder 2 – Personal – Correspondence, General - N

Folder 3 – Personal – Correspondence, General - O

Folder 4 – Personal – Correspondence, General - P

Folder 5 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Paunch, J. Anthony

Folder 6 – Personal – Correspondence, General - Q

Folder 7 – Personal – Correspondence, General - R

Folder 8 – Personal – Correspondence, General - S

Folder 9 – Personal – Correspondence, General – His Imperial Majesty, The Shah of Iran

Folder 10 – Personal – Correspondence, General - T

Folder 11 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Toufanian, Hassar, General

Folder 12 – Personal – Correspondence, General – W

Folder 13 – Personal – Correspondence, General – Walsh, R.L., General

Folder 14 – Personal – Correspondence, General – unidentified

Box 5 – Personal – Correspondence

Folder 1 – Correspondence – Hallock, G. B. F. Hallock (grandfather), 1942-1991

     Besides letters to Richard, this folder also contains letters to Jane and their children from Richard's grandparents, as well as information on the funerals of his grandfather, the Reverend Dr. Gerard B. F. Hallock (January 28, 19856-December 6, 1953) and his grandmother, Anna Cobb Hallock (1859-May 3, 1954).  There is also other genealogical information about the Hallocks and related families.

Folder 2 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Elizabeth (mother), 1942-1943

Folder 3 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife), 1938-1941

Folder 4 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife), 1942

Folder 5 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife), January-February, 1943

Folder 6 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife), March-April, 1943

Folder 7 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife), May-July, 1943

Folder 8 – Personal – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife), August, 1943

Folder 9 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife), September-November, 1943

Folder 10 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife), April 28, 1945

      This is a letter from Jane regarding Hallock's having been listed as missing-in-action

Folder 11 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife), 1946-1947

Folder 12 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Amanda (daughter), nd

Box 6 – Personal – Correspondence

Folder 1 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife)

     Not present.  To be added at a later date

Box 7 – Personal – Correspondence

Folder 1 – Personal – Correspondence – Hallock, Richard and Jane (wife)

     Not present.  To be added at a later date

Box 8 – Personal – Select Individuals – Baeriswyl to Hallock (B-H)

Folder 1 – Personal – Select Individuals – Baeriswyl, Louis, 1971-1973

      Louis Baeriswyl was an employee of Intrec Inc.  He contributed to the development of self-sufficiency planning in Turkey and the development of military establishment in Iran, specifically the Imperial Iranian Armed Forces.  The majority of material contained in the following folders on Baeriswyl are project proposals, memo's, letters, and notes, between Baeriswyl and Col. Hallock.

Folder 2 – Personal – Select Individuals – Baeriswyl, Lou-Turkey Res. Management Project, February-March 1973

Folder 3 – Personal – Select Individuals – Baeriswyl, Lou, September-December, 1974

Folder 4 – Personal – Select Individuals – Baeriswyl, Lou, 1975

Folder 5 – Personal – Select Individuals – Baeriswyl, Lou, January-April, 1976

Folder 6 – Personal – Select Individuals – Baeriswyl, Lou, Case WEC47944-Baeriswyl vs. Hallock, Levin, et.al, 1976-1977

Folder 7 – Personal – Select Individuals – EVM, 1980

     File about refugee studies compiled by Hallock.

Folder 8 – Personal – Select Individuals – Fish, Howard M. (Lt. Gen.), 1976-1980 (scattered)

     Folder contains mostly newspaper clippings on Howard Fish and a memo of a phone conversation from March 19, 1980.

Folder 9 – Personal – Select Individuals – Giordani, Lewis Rock, 1975

     Material Col. Hallock collected on his son, Jeff Hallock's roommate in Venice CA, including bills paid (electric, medical, and telephone), address cards, and notes.

Folder 10 – Personal – Select Individuals – Hallock, Adelia, 1941, 1951-1952, 1970-1989

Folder 11 – Personal – Select Individuals – Hallock, Amanda, 1989

Box 9 – Personal – Select Individuals – Hallock to Hoffman (H)

Folder 1 – Personal – Select Individuals – Hallock, Jeff, notes and drawings, travel materials of Jeff's, 1970-1995

     This folder includes drawings and notes by Jeff, letters to Jeff, and other material Col. Hallock saved concerning Jeff.  In addition, there are maps and brochures mostly from Washington and Oregon.

Folder 2 – Personal – Select Individuals – Hallock, Jeff, bedside journals kept by Hallock on Jeff's health, 1970-1971

Folder 3 – Personal – Select Individuals – Hallock, Jeff, Father's Notes on Jeff Hallock, 1970

     These are notes on Jeff Hallock's condition that Col. Hallock typed and notated.

Folder 4 – Personal – Select Individuals – Hallock, Jeff, Medical File, 1970

     This folder contains material that Col. Hallock had filed under "Jeff Medical File."  There are notes on his condition by Col. Hallock, also concerning his medical treatment, medical correspondence, and notes by Jeff Hallock.

Folder 5 – Personal – Select Individuals – Hallock, Jeff, Daily Notes, 1971-1972

     Consist of notes both typed and hand-written by Jeff Hallock; many pertain to his condition.  He discussed the weather and questions that he might have on different topics.

Folder 6 – Personal – Select Individuals – Helms, Richard, 1977-1978

Folder 7 – Personal – Select Individuals – Hoffman, Marty, 1955, 1973-1977

Box 10 – Personal – Select Individuals – Howard – Schlesinger (H-S)

     Most files contain only newspaper clippings on the individuals.  Those with more than just the clippings contain a description of the contents of the folder.

Folder 1 – Personal – Select Individuals – Howard, Bill, 1975-1978

     This folder includes his C.V., his work on Project 9799 (An ARPA project), notes on W. Howard, memos, notes on telephone conversations between Howard and Hallock, and legal documents on his buy-out from Intrec, Quaestor, Cypress, and Helix Services, Inc.

Folder 2 – Personal – Select Individuals – Kay, Ira, 1976

Folder 3 – Personal – Select Individuals – Komer, Robert W. (Ambassador to Turkey, 1968-1969), 1977

Folder 4 – Personal – Select Individuals – Kurze, Ted (Md.), nd

Folder 5 – Personal – Select Individuals – Kwitney, John, 1983

Folder 6 – Personal – Select Individuals – Levin, Michael, 1985-1989

     Michael Levin provided Col. Hallock with financial and accounting advice through Quaestor, Inc.  The file includes memos and notes on Mike by Hallock.

Folder 7 – Personal – Select Individuals – Marshall, Andrew W., July 1977

     Contains notes on net assessments of the structure of the U.S. military and their commanders, including the U.S. commanders-in-chief and the Secretaries of Defense.

Folder 8 – Personal – Select Individuals – Moore, Glendell W., 1976-1977, 1981-1982

     Col. Hallock's Personnel Evaluation Review of Glendell Moore, memorandums on his participation in Intrec, Inc., and notes on telephone conversations . Also included is one unlabeled photograph.

Folder 9 – Personal – Select Individuals – Mullen, William, 1976, 1980-1992

     William Edward Mullen's C.V. is included, along with notes on Bill Mullen and "Small Arms Weapon Systems Analysis: A Review and Evaluation."

Folder 10 – Personal – Select Individuals – Nordin, Glen, 1977

Folder 11 – Personal – Select Individuals – Schemmer, Benjamin (Editor of the Armed Forces Journal), 1968, 1972, 1981-1982

     Included are copies of Journal of the Armed Forces, June 1968, and April 1982. Along with the journal copies are notes on Schemmer, a copy of "The Structuring of General Purpose Forces," by J.S. Stockfisch and letters between Hallock and Schemmer.  Schemmer was looking to Hallock to provide advice on a book he was writing called Because It's There, about engineers and scientists inventing solutions to problems that do not exist.

Folder 12 – Personal – Select Individuals – Schemmer, Benjamin – Because It's There, nd

     This is select sections of the manuscript by Schemmer.

Folder 13 – Personal – Select Individuals – Schlesinger, James – Memos, 1973

Folder 14 – Personal – Select Individuals – Schlesinger, James – Memos, January-March, 1974

Box 11 – Personal - Select Individuals – Schlesinger – Singlaum (S)

Folder 1 – Personal – Select Individuals – Schlesinger, James – Memos, April-December, 1974

Folder 2 – Personal – Select Individuals – Schlesinger, James – Memos, 1975

Folder 3 – Personal – Select Individuals – Schlesinger, James – Energy Secretary, 1977-1978

     This includes articles, notes, and letters of congratulations and suggestions to Schlesinger after he became the Secretary of Energy for the United States.

Folder 4 – Personal – Select Individuals – Sharp, Miriam, 1977

     Contains her C.V. and application for civil service.

Folder 5 – Personal – Select Individuals – Siegrist, Bob, 1974-1977

     Bob Siegrist wrote proposals Iranian projects with Intrec.  The folder includes memos, proposals, project evaluations (TOE Review of IIGF), and notes on projects.

Folder 6-Singlaum, John K. (Maj. Gen.), 1977-1978

     Contains news clippings on Maj. Gen. John K. Singlaum.

Box 12 – Personal – Select Individuals – Sprey – Williams (S-W)

Folder 1 – Personal – Select Individuals – Sprey, Pierre, 1969-1971

     The material contained within this box is connected, for the most part, to Col. Hallock's acquisition of Sprey's consulting services with Intrec, Inc. and the resulting work that he completed for the company, including project details and articles written.

Folder 2 – Personal – Select Individuals – Sprey, Pierre, 1977-1981

Folder 3 – Personal – Select Individuals – Sprey, Pierre, Jan.-March 1982

Folder 4 – Personal – Select Individuals – Sprey, Pierre, April 1982-1984

Folder 5 – Personal – Select Individuals – Stoner, Eugene (Gene), 1972, 1974, 1982, 1992-1994

     Articles, memos, and notes collected on the work Col. Hallock and Stoner completed for Iran with General Toufanian, and other projects.

Folder 6 – Personal – Select Individuals – Stevenson, Jim, 1982

     Select quotes from "Target of Life," by A.S. Yakovlev, notes on the work by Hallock and notes on telephone conversations between Stevenson and Hallock.

Folder 7 – Personal – Select Individuals – Weingarten, Saul, 1977-1984 (scattered)

     Notes and correspondence between Weingarten, a lawyer for Intrec, Inc. and Hallock.

Folder 8 – Personal – Select Individuals – Williams, Edward Bennett (EBW), 1977-1980

Box 13 – Personal – Select Individuals - Wilson

Folder 1 – Personal – Select Individuals – Wilson, Edwin, Tapes, 1975-1976

Folder 2 – Personal – Select Individuals – Wilson, Edwin, 1975-1976, 1980-1982

Folder 3 – Personal – Select Individuals – Wilson, Edwin – Phone conversation Notes, 1981-1982

Box 14 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1966-1972

     These Memos were kept by Col. Hallock as a compilation of his own memos written from notes, and typed transcripts of meetings and phone conversations, as well as memos he received from other individuals.  He kept a record of meetings, conferences, telephone calls, and other such events as "on record," for use in recalling events in his life, both personal and military.  The vast majority of the memos are logs of his trips to Turkey, Iran, and Washington, D.C., among other places.

Folder 1 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1966

Folder 2 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1967

Folder 3 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1968

Folder 4 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1969

Folder 5 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1970

Folder 6 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, January - April 1971

Folder 7 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, May - December 1971

Folder 8 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1972

     Most of the memos in this folder pertain to his EUCOM Trip in February of 1972.

Box 15 – Memorandums for the Record, 1973-1974

Folder 1 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, January-May 1973

     Many of the memos pertain to his time in Turkey.

Folder 2 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, October-December 1973

     There is a gap in MFR's between May 9 and October 2, 1973.

Folder 3 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, January-May 1974

     The bulk of the MFR are notes on meetings between Hallock and Pierre Sprey, Gene Stoner, and James Schlesinger.

Folder 4 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, July-December 1974

Box 16 – Memorandums for the Record, 1975-1977 – mostly dealing with Iran.

Folder 1 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1975

Folder 2 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, January-February 1976

Folder 3 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, March-May 1976

Folder 4 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, June-July 1976

Folder 5 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, August 1976

Folder 6 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, September-October 1976

Folder 7 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, November- December 1976

Folder 8 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1977-1978

Folder 9 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, 1981-1982, 1986-1987, 1991-1993

     There are very few memos during this time frame, mostly dealing with meetings or telephone calls.

Folder 10 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, nd

Folder 11 – Personal – Memorandums for the Record, List of Missing MFRs

     Three sheets of paper which list what Hallock thought were missing from his MFR file.

Box 17 - Personal – Receipts, IDs, Legal Documents, Birth/Death/Marriage Records

     This box contains material that Col. Hallock collected concerning his health, doctors' appointments, hospital visits, medication, and other medical information.  Also, there are magazine and newspaper articles that relate to dietary supplements and medical conditions.

Folder 1 – Personal – Marriage License, Birth Certificates, ID cards, Court Records

     This is the marriage license of Richard Reid Hallock and Jane Phillips, the Divorce decree of Richard Phillips Hallock and Betty Ann Hallock, the Birth Certificate of Jeffery Frost Hallock, and a photocopy of Col. and Mrs. Hallock's id badges.

Folder 2 – Personal – Insurance Appraisal Documents, 1976, 1998

Folder 3 – Personal – Unbound Personal Notes, 1966

Folder 4 – Personal – Unbound Personal Notes, 1967

Folder 5 – Personal – Unbound Personal Notes, nd

Folder 6 – Personal – Medical Records, 1955

Folder 7 – Personal – Medical Records, 1965-1967

Folder 8 – Personal – Health and Medical Notes, 1978

Folder 9 – Personal – Health and Medical Notes, 1979

Folder 10 – Personal – Medical Records, 1980

Folder 11 – Personal – Health and Medical Notes, 1981

Folder 12 – Personal – Health and Medical Notes, 1982

Folder 13 – Personal – Health and Medical Notes, 1986

Folder 14 – Personal – Health and Medical Notes, 1988-1989

Folder 15 – Personal – Health and Medical Notes, 1990

Folder 16 – Personal – Medical Records, 1991-1994

Folder 17 – Personal – Medical Records, 1995

Folder 18 – Personal – Medical Records, 1996

Folder 19 – Personal – Medical Records, 1997

Folder 20 – Personal – Medical Records, nd

Box 18 – Personal - Organizations/Maps

     These are professional and military organizations that Col. Hallock participated in and received correspondence and bulletins from on occasion.

Folder 1 – Personal – Organizations/Maps – 542nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, Reunion material, 1944, 1978-1979, 1983, 1989

Folder 2 – Personal – Organizations/Maps – 551st Parachute Infantry Association (GOYA), 1946-1992

Folder 3 – Personal – Organizations/Maps – Alumni class of 1941 Oberlin College yearbook, 1966, 1981, 1986

Folder 4 – Personal – Organizations/Maps – Notes on the Government Accounting Association, 1970-1971

Folder 5 – Personal – Organizations/Maps – Alumni Assoc. of the United States Army War College (USAWC), 1981

Folder 6 – Personal – Organizations/Maps – American Philatelic Society, 1980-1984

Folder 7 – Personal – Organizations/Maps – Army and Air Force Mutual Aid Association, 1987

Folder 8 – Personal – Organizations/Maps – Maps, 1953, 1959, 1961, 1990

     This contains five maps that Col. Hallock collected for reference, including: Official Road Map for Allied Forces Europe, "Germany and Northern Europe" from the War Office, Army Map Service (undated), Map of the Mediterranean from War Office, Army Map Services (revised 1953), Official Road Map for Allied Forces, Europe, "Northern Germany," from the War Office, Army Map Service (1959), Map of Africa showing political boundaries as of 1961 from The National Geographic Magazine (March, 1961), Map of France & Benelux, from the American Automobile Association (1990).

Box 19 – Personal – Telephone Conversations: Tapes/Transcripts

Folder 1 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – transcripts, Jan. 19-Dec. 7, 1977

Folder 2 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Tapes from 1974-1976

Black tape in black case labeled "Airplane Trip, Iran Field Trip"
Gray tape in black case labeled "23 Feb 76 Wash Post – Anti- Corruption campaign"
Clear tame in brown case labeled "Interview of DASD Doolin by AP, UPI & LA Times, 19 Jan 74
Small tape labeled "Tripe to SE 30 Jul 76 in aircraft"

Folder 3 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Tapes from 1977

Black Tape labeled "S. Hirsh, 2/10/77, 1330PTS
Black Tape in case labeled "RS, 4/28/1977, Finished"
Gray Tape in case labeled "Clean 7/7, (ML/VG)
Black Tape in case with label "R Sale – M Leven, 6/21/77, 1420 PST"
Gray Tape with no case labeled "S. Hirsh 2/9/77 (1340PST)/2/9/77, 1437 PST"
Small black tape in case labeled "11/24/77, MH"

Folder 4 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Tapes from Dec 9-11, 1977

Large black tape in clear case labeled "VG 12/9/77"
Small tape labeled "MH 12/9/77"
Small tape labeled "MH 12/11/77"

Folder 5 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Tapes from 1978, 1983

Small tape, no case labeled "T-0945 20 Jan 78"
Small tape in clear case labeled "0545 13 Mar. 1978 call to T, Rebringing minute"
Large tape in black case labelled "23 Jan 83, 0930 PMCBS Reports Special-the Uncounted Enemy, A Vietnam Deception"

Box 20 – Personal – Telephone Conversations: Tapes/Transcripts

Folder 1 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Notes, 1987

Folder 2 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Notes, 1988

Folder 3 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Notes, 1989

     Most conversations are with Amanda Hallock.

Folder 4 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Notes, Feb. –March 13, 1990

     Many of the conversation are between Col. Hallock and Michael Levin on a variety of topics including Intrec.

Folder 5 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Notes, March 14-December, 1990

Folder 6 – Personal – Telephone Conversations – Notes, 1991

Box 21 – Personal – Wells Fargo Paperwork

     This material relates to Col. Hallock's banking and personal financial records.  The majority of the material is in relation to accounts dealing with real-estate development and Juniper Capital Corporation.  Included are financial reports on individuals and companies and notes that Hallock maintained on his financial ventures.

Folder 1 – Personal – Wells Fargo Paperwork, 1980

Folder 2 – Personal – Wells Fargo Paperwork, 1981

Folder 3 – Personal – Wells Fargo Paperwork, undated

Box 22 – Personal – Subject File

Folder 1 – Personal – Subject File – Aircraft, 1978

Folder 2 – Personal – Subject File – Army Magazines

Folder 3 – Personal – Subject File – CDC-Ferris

Folder 4 – Personal – Subject File – Commonwealth Club of California

Folder 5 – Personal – Subject File – Correspondent Inquiry Answer

Folder 6 – Personal – Subject File – Defense Department (Misc.), 1977

Folder 7 – Personal – Subject File – Energy #2

Folder 8 – Personal – Subject File – Estate

Folder 9 – Personal – Subject File – Executive Compensation

Folder 10 – Personal – Subject File – FMS/Technology Transfers, 1977

Folder 11 – Personal – Subject File – Foreign Employment (Retired Military Personnel)

Box 23 – Personal – Subject File

Folder 1 – Personal – Subject File – Gun Receipts

Folder 2 – Personal – Subject File – Hadj I BaBa

Folder 3 – Personal – Subject File – Helicopter, 1977

Folder 4 – Personal – Subject File – Home Insurance

Folder 5 – Personal – Subject File – Indonesia, 1977

Folder 6 – Personal – Subject File – Insurance

Folder 7 – Personal – Subject File – Intelligence/Security/Civil Rights

Folder 8 – Personal – Subject File – Misc.

Folder 9 – Personal – Subject File – Pension Plan

Folder 10 – Personal – Subject File – President Carter

Folder 11 – Personal – Subject File – Project 75

Folder 12 – Personal – Report of Action on the Siegfried Line, January, 1945

     This folder contains a handwritten copy, a typed copy and two carbon copies of a first hand account of an assault on supposedly unoccupied pill boxes on the Siegfried Line in January of 1945.  It also has a final version submitted as a paper for Hallock's Advanced Infantry Officers Course, Class No. II, during his course of study at Fort Benning in 1950.  This copy is reproduced from a microfilm identified as "AGO Microfilm Item No:3558".

Folder 1 3 – Personal – Subject File – Scudder

Folder 14 – Personal – Subject File – Tanks

Box 24 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers

Folder 1 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1955

Folder 2 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1975

Folder 3 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1976

Folder 4 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1977 (part 1)

Folder 5 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1977 (part 2)

Folder 6 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1978

Folder 7 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1979

Box 25 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers

Folder 1 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1980

Folder 2 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1981

Folder 3 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1982

Folder 4 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1983

Folder 5 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1984

Folder 6 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1985

Folder 7 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1986

Folder 8 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1987

Folder 9 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1988

Folder 10 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1989

Folder 11 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1990

Folder 12 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1991

Folder 13 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1992

Folder 14 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1993

Folder 15 – Personal – Reference/Newspapers – Newspaper Clippings, 1997

Box 26 – Personal – Publications and Drafts

Folder 1 – Personal – Publications and Drafts – Criterion – Quantitative Effectiveness for Small Arms, nd

Folder 2 – Personal – Publications and Drafts – An Organization Appraisal – The Problem of Coordination of US Foreign Operations, 1964

Folder 3 – Personal – Publications and Drafts – Special Report – Curriculum Planning at Leavenworth, 1959

Folder 4 – Personal – Publications and Drafts – Staff Sec. – Review Pamphlets, Oct-Aug. 1958

Folder 5 – Personal – Publications and Drafts – Publishing Notes – U.S. Weapons Acquisitions, nd.

Folder 6 – Personal – Publications and Drafts – Briefing – Military Doubts/Loss of Civilian Support, nd

Folder 7 – Personal – Publications and Drafts – Presentation – U.S. Military Strength, nd

Folder 8 – Personal – Publications and Drafts –Problem Summery – Weapon Acquisition Function, nd

Item 1 - Thesis

Item 2 – Personal – Publications and Drafts – Part I, Study of Staff Structure for Major Units of the Field Army, 1958

Item 3 – Personal – Publications and Drafts – Kornfield, Jack. A Path with Heart: A Guide through the Perils and Promises of Spiritual Life. New York: Bantam Books, 1993.

Series 2 – 201 (Personnel Files)

Box 27 – 201 (Personnel Files)

Folder 1 – 201 - July 22, 1942-Dec. 1944

Folder 2 – 201 - Jan. 15, 1945-Dec. 21, 1945

Folder 3 – 201 – Jan. 1, 1945-June 28, 1945

Folder 4 – 201 – July 1, 1946-Dec. 28, 1946

Folder 5 – 201 – Jan. 10, 1947-Dec. 24, 1947

Folder 6 – 201 – Jan. 6, 1948-Dec. 31, 1948

Folder 7 – 201 – Jan. 1, 1949-Dec. 27, 1949

Box 28 – 201 (Personnel Files)

Folder 1 – 201 – Jan. 17, 1950-Dec. 18, 1950

Folder 2 – 201 – Jan. 2, 1951-Dec. 31, 1953

Folder 3 – 201 – Jan. 7, 1954-Nov. 27, 1954

Folder 4 – 201 – Jan. 28, 1955-Dec. 31, 1955

Folder 5 – 201 – Jan. 12, 1956-Dec. 31, 1956

Folder 6 – 201 – July 5, 1957-Dec. 31, 1957

Folder 7 – 201 – Jan. 5, 1958-Dec. 31, 1958

Folder 8 – 201 – Jan. 5, 1959-Dec. 31, 1959

Folder 9 – 201 – Jan. 7, 1960-Dec. 20, 1960

Box 29 – 201 (Personnel Files)

Folder 1 – 201 - Copies of "Review of Auc Academic Report", 1950s, 1960s

Folder 2 – 201 – Jan. 13, 1961-Oct. 24, 1961

Folder 3 – 201 – Jan. 31, 1962-Dec. 30, 1962

Folder 4 – 201 – Jan. 28, 1963-Dec. 28, 1963

Folder 5 – 201 – Jan. 2, 1964- Dec. 11, 1964

Folder 6 – 201 – Jan. 7, 1965-Dec. 31, 1965

Folder 7 – 201 – Jan. 31, 1966-Dec. 31, 1966

Box 30 – 201 (Personnel Files)

Folder 1 – 201 – Jan. 31, 1967-Dec. 1967

Folder 2 – 201 – Jan. 13, 1968-Dec. 1968

Folder 3 – 201 – Jan. 1969-Dec. 1969

Folder 4 – 201 – Jan. 1970-Dec. 1970

Folder 5 – 201 – Section 1 – Awards, 1950s, 1960s

Folder 6 – Section 2 – Officers, Efficiency, Report, 1943/1967

Box 31 – 201 (Personnel Files)

Folder 1 – 201 – Health Records, 1967

Folder 2 – 201 – Retirement

Folder 3 – 201 – Jane P. Hallock – Civil Service Records

Series 3 – SAWS

     The SAWS (Small Arms Weapon Systems) folders span from 1960 to 1982 and document the development and deployment of various Army rifles over the course of nearly a half century.  Much of the material relates specifically to the M-16 rifle.  Col. Hallock began codifying information on the development of the small arms systems of the modern U.S. army while at Fort Ord, but continued to collect and add to the collection for the rest of his life.

Box 32 – SAWS – Card Catalogue

Box 33 – SAWS

Index I –SAWS – Small Arms Chronological Index, 1928-November, 1966

Index II – SAWS – Small Arms Chronological Index, November, 1966-1985

     The index lists 1663 items arranged in 34 binders, referred to as books in the index. In addition to these indexed items, there are correspondence files and other materials related to SAWS.

     Some items are not in chronological order and are instead placed in separate books, such as Item 77, which falls within the time span of book12, but is in its own book 13. Other examples abound.

Book 1 – SAWS – Item 1 – Pig Report, 1928

      This is labeled "Report of Board to Recommend a Specific Caliber for the Future Development of the Semi-Automatic Shoulder Rifle".  Colonel Hallock notes "The name Pig Board came from wound ballistics tests on pigs done in connection with the Board.  Calibers tested were Cal.30, .270 and .256.  The .256 was the most lethal and was tested to 1000 yds.  Report correctly identified this as result of greater delivered energy due to tumbling of the bullet in the target.  An excellent report."

Book 2 – SAWS – Items 2, 4-11 – An extract of the "Report of the 1928 Pig Board", with underlines added, 1928 and nd

     Besides the extract, this volume also has mostly undated materials related to the development of the semi-automatic rifle.

Box 34 – SAWS

Book 3 – SAWS – Item 3 – Report on the development of the semi-automatic rifle, culminating in the M-16., 1971

T     he index entry for Book 3 has a note that says, "Perhaps a book?  Starts . . ."As a weapon system acquisition item the rifle is a low value – high quantity system," and in brackets a further note that says, "Later found to be a document prepared for the BRDP but was not used."

Book 3A – SAWS – Report on the development of the semi-automatic rifle – Draft

Book 3B – SAWS – Report on the development of the semi-automatic rifle – Draft

Book 3C – SAWS – Report on the development of the semi-automatic rifle – Draft

Box 35 – SAWS

Book 4 – SAWS – Items 12-14, 16-23, 25 – Various brochures and reports on weapon systems, 1940s-1950s and nd

     This book contains various brochures and reports on weapon systems.

Book 5 – SAWS – Item 15 – Excerpts from: The Gun and Its Development by W. W. Greener, 6th Edition, 1898.  Photocopy sent to Colonel Hallock on April 3, 1975

Book 6 – SAWS – Item 24 – Ordinance R&D Center, Aberdeen, Project No. 5947 – "First Report on Test of Production Models of the Carbine, Cal. 30 M-2, Manufactured by the Inland Division of General Motors Corporation" and the 88th Report on Tests of Semi-Automatic Rifles. Ordinance Program Nr. 4972," 1945

Book 7 – SAWS – Items 27-30, 33-34, 52, 54, 56-59, 1955-1959

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 8 – SAWS – Item 31 – A translation of a Soviet Manual Concerning a 7.62-mm Rifle, 1952

     The translated title of the manual reads, Ministry of War of the USSR: 7.62 mm Kalashnikov Automatic Rifle (AK) – Service Manual

Box 36 – SAWS

Book 9 – SAWS – Item 53 – Report of USCONARC Board to Review Rifle and Bayonet Problems (U). The Powell Board Report, December 19, 1958

Book 10 – SAWS – Item 62 – USACDEC, Rifle Squad Armed with Lightweight High Velocity Rifle (CDOG, CDED 58T9, May 30, 1959

Book 11 – SAWS – Items 63-75 – Various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems, 1959-1960

Book 12 – SAWS – Items 76-112, 1960-1961

Box 37 – SAWS

Book 13 – SAWS – Item 77 – USAF Marksmanship School, Lackland Military Training Center (ATC), "Evaluation of the Colt – Armalite AR-15 Automatic Rifle", Cal, September 22, 1960

Book 14 – SAWS – Item 78 – Development and Proof Services, Aberdeen, "Report on A Test of Rifle, Caliber .223 AR-15. Report No. DPS-96." (Moore), November, 1960

Book 15 – SAWS – Items 124. 125, 128-130, 132-135, 137, 139-145, 149, 151-157, 159, 160, 162-164, 166, 170, 171, 174, 176, 177 – Various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems, 1962

Book 16 – SAWS [NOT PRESENT]

Book 17 – SAWS – Item 150 – Aberdeen Development and Proof Services, Infantry and Aircraft Weapons Division, "Report No. DPS 471, Report o Tests for Ad Hoc Committee on Accuracy and Targeting of 762 mm Ammunition and M-14 Rifles." (L. F. Moore)

Box 38 – SAWS

Book 18 – SAWS – Items 178-183, 185, 186, 188-192, 195, 199, 200, 202, 212,214, 216, 219, 222, 224, 228, 235, 242-245, 1962
This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 19 – SAWS – Item 249 – Development and Proof Services, Aberdeen, "Report on Comparative Evaluation of AR-15 and M-14 Rifles. Report No. DPS-799.", December, 1962

Book 20 – SAWS – Items 250, 262, 263, 274, 280, 281, 285, 289, 1962-1963

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 39 – SAWS

Book 21 – SAWS – Items 299, 307, 309-310, 315-315, 322-324, 328-330. 332, 337, 341-342, 344, 349, 351, -352, 354, 358, 361, 371, 374, 376-378, 1963

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 22 – SAWS – Item 326 – OASD(C-SA), "An Analysis of Report Nr USA1B 3008", February 12, 1963

Book 23 – SAWS – Items 383, 385, 387, 391, 395-397, 399, 401-402, 409, 411-412, 415, 423-425, 427-428, 435, 444, 1963

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 24 – SAWS – Items 447-450, 455, 470, 474-475, 479-480, 484, 488, 491-494, 498, 500-501, 508,511, 513, 529, 1963

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 40 – SAWS

Book 25 – SAWS – Items 532-533, 538, 540, 542, 547, 549-550, 554, 559, 566, 570, 575-576, 578, 581, 587-588, 592, 594-595, 600, 602-603, 1963-1964

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 26 – SAWS – Items 605, 608-613, 615, 1964

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 26A – SAWS – Item 614A – Quantitative Fire Effectiveness Criterion, Fall, 1964

     A note at the beginning says:  "Weapons and squad effectiveness definition and discussion papers in prep for IRVS before SAWS intervened.  Extensive material that became immediately useful in experimental designs, etc. for SAWS. December 81. Taluahla [?], file in info file.  Can be basis for my book or articles . No date but about Fall 1964"

Book 27 – SAWS – Item 606 [sic. Should be Item 605] – FM 23-71, Rifle Marksmanship, July 1964

Book 28 – SAWS – Items 616-617, 621-624, 628-631, 634-637, 1964-1965

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 41 – SAWS

Book 29 – SAWS – [NOT PRESENT]

Book 30 – SAWS – Items 638-642, 644-652, 654, 1965

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 31 – SAWS – Items 656-659, 664-665, 667-670, 1965

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 42 – SAWS

Book 32 – SAWS – Items 671, 676-678, 682-686, 688-690, 692-700, 1965-1966

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 33 – SAWS – [NOT PRESENT]

Book 34 – SAWS – Item 691 – Small Arms Weapons Systems (SAWS) Field Experiment (CDCEC 65-4), January 31, 1966

Book 35 – SAWS – Items 701-710, 713-715, 717-718, 720-726, 731-733, 1966

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 36 – SAWS – Item 711a – CDCEC, Small Arms Weapon Systems (SAWS) Field Experiment, Two Volumes: 1 Part One: Main Text, May, 1966

Book 37 – SAWS – Item 711b – CDCEC, Small Arms Weapon Systems (SAWS) Field Experiment, Two Volumes: 2 Part Two: Main Text, May, 1966

Box 43 – SAWS

Book 38 – SAWS – Items 734, 741-743, 759, 798, 807, 809-811, 813-814, 818-819, 831, 840, 1966

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 38a – SAWS – Items 855, 859, 862-863, 866-869, 876, 894, 903, 910, 913, 1966

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 38b [SIC – Index indicates this should be in Book 39, which is not present] – SAWS – Item 808, 7 November, 1966

     This item is titled "CofSA (FPAO) Study: Small Arms Weapon Systems Analysis: A Review and Evaluation.  An analysis and statement of program alternatives.  (Edited version of 18 October study); and "18 October 1966 SAWS Study – Supplement" (contains the decision templates, CofSA review notes, Supplementary data, and 7 November 1966 CofSA decision CSM)."

Box 44 – SAWS

Book 39, 39A and 39B – SAWS – [NOT PRESENT, but probably these materials were subdivided into Book 38 and 39 elements.]

Book 39C – SAWS – Item 808 – Small Arms Weapon Systems Analysis: A Review and Evaluation, prepared October 1966, Edited for Publication June, 1967.

Book 39D – SAWS – Item 808 – An Illustrative weapon Systems Analysis/Study, nd
This is apparently a draft of the Small Arms Weapon Systems Analysis above.

Book 39E – SAWS – Items 808 – An Illustrative weapon Systems Analysis/Study, nd

     This is apparently another copy of the draft of the Small Arms Weapon Systems Analysis above.

Book 39F – SAWS – Items 808 – An Illustrative weapon Systems Analysis/Study, nd

     This is apparently yet another draft of the Small Arms Weapon Systems Analysis above.

Box 45 – SAWS

Book 40 – SAWS – Items 917, 921, 925, 929, 932-934, 936-938, 940, 948-949, 952, 960, 980-981, 987, 990, 995, 998, 1011, 1967

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 41 – SAWS – Items 1012-1014, 1017, 1967

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 42 – SAWS – Items1018-1020, 1022-1024, 1030, 1033, 1034-1036, 1038-1040, 1042, 1044-1049, 1052, 1056-1058, 1060, 1062-1064, 1967

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 46 – SAWS

Book 42A – SAWS – Item 1041 – Small Arms Weapon Systems Analysis: A Review and Evaluation © Copy 1, Indexed, June 1967

     This is the edited (e) open version of the 18 Oct (1966 (S) closehold FPAO SAWS Cost Effectiveness Study (item 808)

Book 43 – SAWS –Item 1026 – House of Representatives Committee on Armed Services, Hearings, "Special Subcommittee on the M16 Rifle Program"[Ichord], 10 Days,  May 15, through August 22, 1967

Book 44 – SAWS – Items 1066-1071, 1073-1090, 1967

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 45 – SAWS – Items 1092-1103, 1105-1130, 1967

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 47 – SAWS

Book 45A – SAWS – Item 1101

     This item is titled Infantry Rifle Unit Study, (IRUS 70-75, Phase 1) Field Experimentation, US Army Combat Developments Command, Experimentation Command, Fort Ord, California (FOUO) and annotated "Protective marking on this document will be terminated 3 years after origination", 15 August, 1967

Book 46 – SAWS – Items 1131-1146, 1148-1159, 1967

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 47 – SAWS – Items 1161, 1164-1192, 1194-1205, 1207, 1209-1211, 1214-1216, 1218 1222, 1967

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 48 – SAWS – Items 1223-1228, 1230-1237, 1239, 1241-1248, 1967

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 48 – SAWS

Book 49 – SAWS – Items 1249-1287, 1967

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 50 – SAWS – Items 1288-1296, 1299-1303, 1305-1341, 1968

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 51 – SAWS – Items 1342-1372, 1374-1382, 1968

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 49 – SAWS

Book 52 – SAWS – Items 1382-1429, 1968-1969

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems

Book 53 – SAWS – Items 1430-1460, 1969-1970

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems

Book 54 – SAWS – Items 1461-1508, 1970-1974

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 50 – SAWS

Book 55 – SAWS – Items 1509-1526, 1974-1978

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book (No Number) – SAWS – Copies of various items also found in Book 55

Book 55A – SAWS – Item 1523-A – Marksmanship, McNamara and the M16 Rifle: Organizations, Analysis and Weapons Acquisition, a thesis presented by Thomas Leggate McNaugher to The Department of Government in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the subject of Government, Harvard University, September, 1977

     Col. Hallock's notes and comments, dated February 1, 1982, are included in the folder.

Book 55-B – SAWS – Item 1511-A – US Army Armament Command, Rock Island, Ill., System Assessment for the 5.56mm Rifle M16A1, January 20, 1975

Book 56 – SAWS – Items 1527-1573, 1979-1981

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Box 51 – SAWS

Book 57 – SAWS – Items 1574-1611, 1981-1982

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book 58 – SAWS – Items 1612-1626, 1982

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book (No Number) – SAWS – Duplicate copies of items 1608 and 1611 in Book 57 as well as copies of items 1612 and 1613 in Book 58

Book 59 – SAWS – Items 1627-1645, 1983

     This book contains various memos and reports concerning training and testing of weapons systems.

Book (No Number) – SAWS – Duplicate items from Books 57 and 58.

Book 60 – SAWS – [NOT PRESENT]

Box 52 – SAWS

     Material in the following three boxes was not indexed in Col. Hallock's SAWS books, but was kept by him as related material and filed under SAWS.  This box contains Reports and Tests that were part of the SAWS development relating to the AR-15, M-14, M-16, and other small arms weapons systems.

Folder 1 – SAWS – "Small Caliber High Velocity Concept," October 1962-Summer 1963

     This folder includes "Documents relating to SAWS versus a Larger Caliber Basic Infantry Weapons System for Our Military Forces" which is a book of compiled documents, including a bibliography, letters from Gen. Merriam, Comments on Project No. USAIB 3008, and other documents related to the development of the AR-15.

Folder 2 – SAWS – AR-15 Rifle Evaluation Exercise Book, Dec. 3- Dec. 20, 1962

     This contains a memo from CDCRE-E and the full Rifle Evaluation Study from the United States Army Infantry School at Ft. Benning, Georgia.

Folder 3 – SAWS – Expanded Outline of Saws Report, Nov. 22, 1965

Folder 4 – SAWS – Annex B (Quantico Firing Tests) to the Final Report of Infantry Organization and Weapons Systems, September 30, 1971.

Folder 5 – SAWS – XMI9 Serial Flechette Rifle Experiment, June 26, 1972

     This is the Final Report issued by Combat Developments Command, Experimentation Command, Ft. Ord, California 93941.

Folder 6 – SAWS – Test Plan by Major John J. Spencer Jr., July 1973

Folder 8 – SAWS – Aberdeen Test notes, nd
This are notes on the Infantry Board Report of the Aberdeen lethality tests of the M-14 and the AR-15.

Box 53 – SAWS

     The material contained within this box relates to SAWS and small arms development in connection with the Department of Defenses Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA).  Col. Hallock participated in many of these projects because of his knowledge of small arms weapons systems development.

Folder 1 – SAWS – Visiting Officers Brochure on SAWS, Oct. 1965

Folder 2 – SAWS – War Gaming and Simulations, May 26-June 1, 1966

     This includes diagrams and measurements for firing decisions and routines.

Folder 3 – SAWS – Minutes of the Fourth ARPA Committee Meeting, June 11-12, 1969

Folder 4 – SAWS – Presentations to ARPA by Col Rafert, Sep. 3-4, 1969

Folder 5 – SAWS – Stanford Research Institute Small Arms Documents, April 1970

Folder 6 – SAWS – ARPA Small Arms Summer Conference, April 1971

Folder 7 – SAWS – Rifle Study Book, 1971

Folder 8 – SAWS – Future NATO Weapon Systems, (SAWS TESTS), 1976

     This folder has two memos from W. Howard to Mr. Hallock discussing the NATO SAWS Tests for 1977 and the full NATO SAWS document.

Box 54 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co

     This box contains information relating to the Cooper-Macdonald cooperation and its role in the development of the M-16 as it related to SAWS, as well as Col. Hallock's contribution.  A key contributor and correspondent between Cooper-Macdonald and Richard Hallock was William Mullen.  Also included, Newspaper clippings related to SAWS and the development of the M-16 are included in the final folders in the box, divided by date and content.

Folder 1 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – Hallock's role in the M-16 events, Jan. 1969

Folder 2 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – The Role of Cooper-Macdonald with the M-16, nd

Folder 3 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – Extract of July 1928 Pig Report with added underlines, 1974

Folder 4 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – Report on William Mullen's European trip, October 16, 1974

     This report contains a memo from Mullen and parts one through four of the report detailing different European weapons and their tests and uses by European powers.

Folder 5 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – Excerpts from "Remington Arms in American History," by Alden Hatch, 1956

     This is a two-page excerpt from Chapter 8 "William Jenks and the U.S. Marines".

Folder 6 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – MFR, Conversation with VH, October 28, 1976

     These ae notes on a four-hour conversation with VH on Small Arms, AA guns, and turrets.

Folder 7 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – Bill Mullen's chronology of the M16, Dec. 4, 1992

     This chronology had a covering memo from Bill Mullen to Dick Hallock asking for corrections to the manuscript, includes Hallock's notes.

Folder 8 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – M-16 and other SAWS Related Clippings, 1963-1989

     The folder includes clippings that do not directly deal with SAWS material, but relate to small arms manufacturing and government contracts, mainly from 1968.

Folder 9 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – Newspaper clippings and Journal articles, 1969-1979

     All clippings in this file are from a Small Arms file Hallock collected and kept with his SAWS file.  Some articles relate to the Blue Ribbon Panel and Rifle development.

Folder 10 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – Newspaper clippings and Journal Articles Relating to SAWS and Rifles, 1980-1998

     Many are undated, but are compiled from different print sources around 1980-1998, with major gaps.  The articles include underlining and accompanying notes to and from Col. Hallock.

Folder 11 – SAWS – Cooper-Macdonald Co – Newspaper clippings and Journal articles, nd

     All relate to Rifles.

Box 55 – SAWS

     The contents of this box are draft lists of SAWS Indexes plus a SAWS computer tape.

Folder 1 – SAWS – Incomplete Index, items 1-59, Dec. 1963

Folder 2 – SAWS – Bound Index of photocopied index cards, Vol. 2, Aug. 1963- May 1967

     This includes copies of index cards from items 469-857. Vol. 1 not present

Folder 3 – SAWS – Bound Index of Photo copied index cards, Vol. 3, June 1967-Nov. 1968

     This includes copies of index cards from items 858-1087.

Folder 4 – SAWS – List of missing items from index, October 9, 1968

Item 5 -- Computer Reel – SAWS – Client Owned Tape of Saws Data, Nov. 1973-Aug. 1974

     This tape is labeled "SAWS DATA UR-503 VF, Small Arms computer tape".

Series 4 – Journals (1971-1985)

Box 56 – Journals

     These journals/diaries/notes were kept by Col. Hallock in a series of spiral-bound notebooks from 1971 through 1989.  He kept very detailed notes of meetings, debriefings, conferences and trips which he used as aides memoire for dictation into letters, reports, memos, etc.  Many of the notebooks have overlapping dates.  Most of them have Col. Hallock's note "Dictated Out."  Col. Hallock's metal paper-clips have been replaced with plastic ones.

Folder 1 – Journals, September 1-15, 1971

     This is labeled (1) Self-sufficiency Notes (Sep); (2) EUCOM/Stuttgart Trip (Sept 2-3); (3) JUSMAT-LANDSE. Turkey Trip (Sep 4-10); (4) EUCOM Debriefing (Sep 13); (5) CINCPAC Briefing (Sep 15)

Folder 2 – Journals, September 17, 1971

     This is labeled Agenda, Notes, and Text for Adm McCain-CINCPAC Briefing of September, 1971

Folder 3 – Journals, September 30-October, 1971

     This is labeled: (1) CINCPAC Check-In, Sep 20-Oct 2); (2) Korean Trip (Oct 2-9); (3) Hong Kong (Oct 10); (4) Notes re Conclusions on Trip (Oct)

Folder 4 – Journals, October 2-29, 1971

     This is labeled: (1) Korean Trip (Oct 2-9); (2) Briefing to Adm McCain/CINCPAC (Oct 19); (3) Washington Trip (Oct 25-29)

Folder 5 – Journals, October 11-15, 1971

     There is no label the tabs indicate (1) Philippines, Oct 11-14, 1971 and (2) CINCPAC (Debrief) Oct 15, 1971

Folder 6 – Journals, October 19, 1971

     This is labeled: (1) Notes for Briefing Adm McCain (Oct 19)

Folder 7 – Journals, October 25-29, 1971

     This is labeled Notes for Trip to Washington, October 25-29

Folder 8 – Journals, November 10-19, 1971

Folder 9 – Journals, November 22-23, 1971

Folder 10 – Journals, November, 23-December 19, 1971 (?)

Folder 11 – Journals, November 29-December 8, 1971 (?)

Folder 12 – Journals, December 8-27, 1971 (?)

Folder 13 – Journals, December 28, 1971-January 7, 1972

Box 57 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, January, 1972

Folder 2 – Journals, January 17-19, 1972

Folder 3 – Journals, January 19-25, 1972

Folder 4 – Journals, This Book Starts About Feb. 18, 1972 (Turkey Trip)

Folder 5 – Journals, March 6-10, 1972, Trip to Washington

Folder 6 – Journals, March 13-20, 1972

Folder 7 – Journals, March 21-April 3, 1972

Folder 8 – Journals, April 3-17, 1972

Folder 9 – Journals, April 10-25, 1972

Folder 10 – Journals, May 26-29, 1972

Folder 11 – Journals, May 29-June 9, 1972

Folder 12 – Journals, June 10-20, 1972

Folder 13 – Journals, June 21, 1972-Friday, January 30, (Turkey Trip)

Folder 14 – Journals, Fri. June 30-through July 9, 1972 (?) 3rd. T[urkey] Trip

Folder 15 – Journals, July 10-August 8, 1972

     This has a note on the front cover, "(last part of T[urkey] trip plus) Not all dictated out."

Folder 16 – Journals, August 8-18, 1972

Folder 17 – Journals, August 21-September 6, 1972

     This has a note on the front covers, "Not dictated out"

Box 58 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, September 6-October 18, 1972

Folder 2 – Journals, October 19-November 29, 1972

Folder 3 – Journals, December 4-9, 1972

     This details part of a trip to Turkey.

Folder 4 – Journals, December 9-14, 1972

     This details part of a trip to Turkey.

Folder 5 – Journals, December 18, 1972-January 15, 1973

Folder 6 – Journals, January 20, 1973

Folder 7 – Journals, April 2 1973-May 9, 1973

Folder 8 – Journals, April 25, 1973-May 9, 1973

Folder 9 – Journals, May 1, 1973-May 2, 1973

Folder 10 – Journals, May 10, 1973-May 25, 1973

Folder 11 – Journals, May 29, 1973-July 2, 1973

Folder 12 – Journals, July 1973

Folder 13 – Journals, July 1973 (?)

Box 59 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Book # 1, Jan. 24, 1973-Feb. 1, 1973 (Turkey Trip)

Folder 2 – Journals, Book # 2, Friday, February 2-Feb. 10, 1973 (Turkey Trip)

Folder 3 – Journals, Book # 3, Feb. 11-Feb. 15, 1973 (Turkey Trip)

Folder 4 – Journals, Book # 4, Feb. 15, 1973 (Turkey Trip)

Folder 5 – Journals, Book # 5, Feb. 16-Feb. 28, 1973 (Turkey Trip)

Folder 6 – Journals, EUCOM-T, Feb. 1,?

Folder 7 – Journals, Feb. 13,?

Folder 8 – Journals, March 5-April 3, 1973

Folder 9 – Journals, July 4, 1973-July 20, 1973

Folder 10 – Journals, July 24, 1973-Aug. 2, 1973

Box 60 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Aug. 6, 1973-Sept. 10, 1973

Folder 2 – Journals, Aug. 26, 1973-Sept. 4, 1973

Folder 3 – Journals, Aug. 28, 1973-Sept. 7, 1973

Folder 4 – Journals, Sept. 10, 1973-Sept. 27, 1973

Folder 5 – Journals, Sept. 28, 1973-Oct. 28, 1973, Turkish/Iran Trip – Week in Washington (?)

Folder 6 – Journals, Oct.14, 1973-Oct. 20, 1973 – Notes from Iran Trip

Folder 7 – Journals, October 23, 1973 – Notes without Date

Folder 8 – Journals, Monday, Oct. 29, 1973

Box 61 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Nov. 9, 1973-Nov. 21, 1973

Folder 2 – Journals, Dec. 2, 1973-Dec. 5, 1973

Folder 3 – Journals, Dec. 7, 1973-Dec. 17, 1973

Folder 4 – Journals, Dec. 19, 1973-Jan. 3, 1974

Folder 5 – Journals, Nov. 21, 1973-Nov. 30, 1973

Folder 6 – Journals, Early 1974 – (Turkey/Iran Trip)

Folder 7 – Journals, Jan. 9, 1974-Jan. 22, 1974

Folder 8 – Journals, Jan. 28, 1974-Feb. 11, 1974

Folder 9 – Journals, Feb. 17, 1974-March 14, 1974

Folder 10 – Journals, Feb. 11, 1974-Feb. 14, 1974

Folder 11 – Friday, Feb. 15, 1974 – Turkey Trip

Folder 12 – Journals, March 8, 1974-March 15, 1974

Box 62 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, March 20, 1974-March 25, 1974

Folder 2 – Journals, March 30, 1974-April 6, 1974 – Iran

Folder 3 – Journals, # 2, April 6, 1974-April 13, 1974 – Iran

Folder 4 – Journals, # 3, April 13, 1974-April 17, 1974 – Iran

Folder 5 – Journals, # 4, April 19, 1974-April 29, 1974 – Iran

Folder 6 – Journals, # 5, April 29, 1974-May 9, 1974 – Iran

Folder 7 – Journals, May 11, 1974-June 12, 1974 – Washington/Iran

Folder 8 – Journals, June 13, 1974-June 19, 1974

Folder 9 – Journals, June 20, 1974-June 25, 1974

Folder 10 – Journals, June 26, 1974-July 8, 1974

Box 63 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, July 9, 1974-July 12, 1974

Folder 2 – Journals, July 16, 1974-July 19, 1974

Folder 3 – Journals, July 20, 1974-July 30, 1974 – Iran

Folder 4 – Journals, July 31, 1974-August 9, 1974

Folder 5 – Journals, August 20, 1974-August 26, 1974

Folder 6 – Journals, Aug. 12, 1974-Sept. 16, 1974

Folder 7 – Journals, Aug. 20, 1974-Augu. 26, 1974

Folder 8 – Journals, Aug. 26, 1974-Aug. 31, 1974

Folder 9 – Journals, Sept. 1, 1974-Sept. 7, 1974

Box 64 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Sept. 9, 1974-Sept. 15, 1974

Folder 2 – Journals, Sept. 16, 1974-Sept. 20, 1974

Folder 3 – Journals, Sept. 21, 1974-Sept. 30, 1974

Folder 4 – Journals, Oct. 2, 3, 14, 1974

Folder 5 – Journals, Oct. 17-22, 1974 – Trip to Iran

Folder 6 – Journals, Oct. 19, 1974-Oct. 31, 1974

Folder 7 – Journals, Nov. 11, 1974

Folder 8 – Journals, Nov. 10, 1974-Nov. 16, 1974

Folder 9 – Journals, Nov. 25, 1974-Nov. 26, 1974

Folder 10 – Journals, Nov. 25, 1974-Dec. 1, 1974

Folder 11 – Journals, Dec. 3, 1974-Dec. 21, 1974

Folder 12 – Journals, Week of Dec. 15, 1974

Box 65 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Dec. 31, 1974 – Notes CMF Prop. Review – Mtg. w/M.L.

Folder 2 – Journals, Week of Jan. 9, 1975

Folder 3 – Journals, Jan. 20, 1975-Jan. 27, 1975

Folder 4 – Journals, Jan. 31, 1975-Week Feb. 2, 1975

Folder 5 – Journals, Jan. 31, 1975-Feb. 1, 1975

Folder 6 – Journals, Feb. 10, 1975-Feb. 24, 1975 – States

Folder 7 – Journals, Feb. 28, 1975-March 12, 1975 – Iran

Folder 8 – Journals, Iran (# 1 Briefing) During March 1975 – March 24, 1975 (States)

Folder 9 – Journals, March 25, 1975-April 3, 1975

Folder 10 – Journals, April 7, 1975 (Iran)-April 8, 1975 (En Route to States)-April 15, 1975
(States)

Folder 11 – Journals, April 19, 1975-April 21, 1975

Box 66 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, April 28, 1975-May 4, 1975 – Iran

Folder 2 – Journals, May 9, 1975-May 27, 1975

Folder 3 – Journals, May 12, 1975-May 13, 1975

Folder 4 – Journals, May 30, 1975 + Possibly June 1975 (?)

Folder 5 – Journals, June 14, 1975-June 16, 1975

Folder 6 – Journals, June 24, 1975-June 25, 1975

Folder 7 – Journals, June 28, 1975- June 30, 1975

Folder 8 – Journals, June, July, 1975 (Dick)

Folder 9 – Journals, July 1, 1975-July 14, 1975

Folder 10 – Journals, July 18, 1975-July 21, 1975

Folder 11 – Journals, July-August 1975 (Dick)

Box 67 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, July 23, 1975-Aug. 7, 1975

Folder 2 – Journals, Aug. 8, 1975-Aug. 19, 1975

Folder 3 – Journals, Aug. 19, 1975-Aug. 26, 1975

Folder 4 – Journals, Aug. 26, 1975-Aug. 31, 1975

Folder 5 – Journals, August/September, 1975 – Dick

Folder 6 – Journals, Early September 1975 (T. Visit to U.S.)

Folder 7 – Journals, Sept. 6, 1975-Sept. 8, 1975

Folder 8 – Journals, Sept. 8, 1975-Sept. 9, 1975

Folder 9 – Journals, Sept. 14, 1975-Sept. 27, 1975

Folder 10 – Journals, Sept. 29, 1975-Oct. 1, 1975

Folder 11 – Journals, October 1975 – Dick

Box 68 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Oct. 2, 1975-Nov. 7, 1975

Folder 2 – Journals, Oct. 5, 1975-Oct. 27, 1975

Folder 3 – Journals, Oct. 18, 1975-Oct.25, 1975

Folder 4 – Journals, Nov. 18, 1975-Dec. 2, 1975

Folder 5 – Journals, Dec. 6, 1975-Dec. 8, 1975

Folder 6 – Journals, Dec. 12, 1975-Dec. 17, 1975

Folder 7 – Journals, Dec. 19, 1975

Folder 8 – Journals, January 1, 1976

Folder 9 – Journals, January 5, 1976

Folder 10 – Journals, January 1976 – Dick (finished)

Folder 11 – Journals, Jan. 9, 1976-Jan. 13, 1976

Folder 12 – Journals, Jan. 17, 1976-Jan. 31, 1976

Box 69 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, February 2, 1976

Folder 2 – Journals, February 1976

Folder 3 – Journals, Feb. 11, 1976-Feb. 14, 1976

Folder 4 – Journals, Feb. 14, 1976-Feb. 21, 1976

Folder 5 – Journals, Feb. 21, 1976 (All in Kent)

Folder 6 – Journals, Feb. 26, 1976- March 6, 1976

Folder 7 – Journals, Feb. 1976-April, 1976 (Business Messages)

Folder 8 – Journals, March 7, 1976-March 10, 1976

Folder 9 – Journals, March 10, 1976-March 25, 1976

Folder 10 – Journals, March 26, 1976-April 5, 1976

Box 70 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, April 7, 1976-April 25, 1976

Folder 2 – Journals, April 27, 1976-March 19, 1976

Folder 3 – Journals, May 5, 1976-Aug. 12, 1976

Folder 4 – Journals, March 24, 1976-May 26, 1976

Folder 5 – Journals, May 29, 1976-June 16, 1976

Folder 6 – Journals, June 18, 1976-June 29, 1976

Folder 7 – Journals, June 30, 1976-July 7, 1976

Folder 8 – Journals, July 8, 1976-Jyly 22, 1976

Folder 9 – Journals, July 28, 1976-Aug. 7, 1976

Folder 10 – Journals, Aug. 9, 1976-Aug. 15, 1976

Box 71 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Aug. 12, 1976 – Dick – Continued After Break into 1979

Folder 2 – Journals, Aug. 16, 1976-Aug. 23, 1976

Folder 3 – Journals, Aug. 24, 1976-Sept. 12, 1976

Folder 4 – Journals, Sept. 13, 1976-Oct. 1, 1976

Folder 5 – Journals, Oct. 2, 1976-Oct. 11, 1976

Folder 6 – Journals, Oct. 15, 1976-Oct. 26, 1976

Folder 7 – Journals, Oct. 27, 1976-Nov. 2, 1976

Folder 8 – Journals, Nov. 2, 1976-Nov. 26, 1976

Folder 9 – Journals, Nov. 29, 1976-Dec. 15, 1976

Box 72 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Dec. 16, 1976-Dec. 26, 1976

Folder 2 – Journals, Dec. 26, 1976-Jan. 2, 1977

Folder 3 – Journals, January 2-4, 1977

Folder 4 – Journals, January 5-28, 1977

Folder 5 – Journals, January 31-February 21, 1977

Folder 6 – Journals, Jan. 31, 1977-Feb. 21, 1977

Folder 7 – Journals, Feb. 22, 1977-March 7, 1977

Folder 8 – Journals, March 8, 1977-March 18, 1977

Folder 9 – Journals, March 20, 1977-April 6, 1977

Folder 10 – Journals, April 6, 1977-April 18, 1977 (Also 18 May)

Folder 11 – Journals, April 24, 1977-May 2, 1977

Box 73 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, May 2, 1977-May 6, 1977

Folder 2 – Journals, May 8, 1977-May 27, 1977

Folder 3 – Journals, May 30, 1977-June 28, 1977

Folder 4 – Journals, June 29, 1977-July 13, 1977

Folder 5 – Journals, July 13, 1977-Aug. 5, 1977

Folder 6 – Journals, Aug. 6, 1977-Aug. 13, 1977

Folder 7 – Journals, Aug. 14, 1977-Aug. 20, 1977

Folder 8 – Journals, Aug. 21, 1977-Sept. 12, 1977

Folder 9 – Journals, Sept. 13, 1977-Oct. 6, 1977

Box 74 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Oct. 7, 1977-Oct. 10, 1977

Folder 2 – Journals, Oct. 12, 1977-Oct. 19, 1977

Folder 3 – Journals, Oct. 20, 1977-Nov. 8, 1977

Folder 4 – Journals, Nov. 9, 1977-Nov. 16, 1977

Folder 5 – Journals, Nov. 17, 1977-Dec. 9, 1977

Folder 6 – Journals, Dec. 9, 1977-Dec. 22, 1977

Folder 7 – Journals, Dec. 21, 1977-Jan. 17, 1978

Folder 8 – Journals, Jan. 16, 1978-Jan. 26, 1978

Folder 9 – Journals, Jan. 27, 1978-Feb. 20, 1978

Folder 10 – Journals, Feb. 21, 1978-March 15, 1978

Box 75 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, March 16, 1978-April 14, 1978

Folder 2 – Journals, April 16, 1978-May 8, 1978

Folder 3 – Journals, May 9, 1978-May 22, 1978

Folder 4 – Journals, May 22, 1978-June 4, 1978

Folder 5 – Journals, June 4, 1978-June 15, 1978

Folder 6 – Journals, June 15, 1978-July 13, 1978

Folder 7 – Journals, July 14, 1978-July 29, 1978

Folder 8 – Journals, July 30, 1978-Aug. 16, 1978

Folder 9 – Journals, Aug. 16, 1978-Sept. 15, 1978

Box 76 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Sept. 15, 1978-Oct. 19, 1978

Folder 2 – Journals, Oct. 23, 1978-Dec. 21, 1978

Folder 3 – Journals, Dec. 25, 1978-April 26, 1979

Folder 4 – Journals, May 29, 1979-Aug. 2, 1979 and April 26, 1979

Folder 5 – Journals, April 27, 1979-May 29, 1979

Box 77 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Aug. 7, 1979-Nov. 22, 1979

Folder 2 – Journals, Dec. 1, 1979-Jan. 16, 1980

Folder 3 – Journals, Jan. 16, 1980-Feb. 19, 1980

Folder 4 – Journals, Feb. 20, 1980-March 9, 1980

Folder 5 – Journals, March 10, 1980-March 19, 1980

Folder 6 – Journals, March 16, 1980-April 25, 1980

Folder 7 – Journals, April 27, 1980-May 17, 1980

Box 78 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, May 26, 1980-Aug. 21, 1980

Folder 2 – Journals, Aug. 22, 1980-Jan. 6, 1981

Folder 3 – Journals, Sept. 23, 1980-Sept. 27, 1980

Folder 4 – Journals, Sept. 16, 1980-Oct. 30, 1980

Folder 5 – Journals, Jan. 7, 1981-Feb. 2, 1981

Box 79 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, May 5, 1983-June 13, 1983

Folder 2 – Journals, June 13, 1983-July 14, 1983

Folder 3 – Journals, July 18, 1983-July 22, 1983

Folder 4 – Journals, July 22, 1983-Aug. 26, 1983

Folder 5 – Journals, Aug. 26, 1983-Sept. 4, 1983

Folder 6 – Sept. 13, 1983-Oct. 12, 1983

Folder 7 – Journals, Oct. 13, 1983-Nov. 20, 1983

Folder 8 – Journals, Nov. 20, 1983-Dec. 22, 1983

Box 80 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Dec. 27, 1983-Jan. 16, 1984

Folder 2 – Journals, Jan. 19, 1984-Feb. 22, 1984

Folder 3 – Feb. 23, 1984-March 1, 1984

Folder 4 – Journals, March 2, 1984-April 12, 1984

Folder 5 – Journals, April 13, 1984-May 22, 1984

Folder 6 – Journals, May 22, 1984-June 12, 1984

Folder 7 – Journals, June 13, 1984-July 9, 1984

Folder 8 – Journals, July 10, 1984-July 14, 1984

Folder 9 – Journals, Aug. 9, 1984-Aug. 24, 1984

Box 81 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, July 14, 1984-Aug. 10, 1984

Folder 2 – Journals, August 24, 1984

Folder 3 – Journals, Sept. 5, 1984-Sept. 25, 1984

Folder 4 – Journals, Sept. 26, 1984-Nov. 26, 1984

Folder 5 – Journals, Nov. 30, 1984-Dec. 27, 1984

Folder 6 – Journals, Dec. 31, 1984-Jan. 22, 1985

Folder 7 – Journals, Jan. 24, 1985-Feb. 12, 1985

Folder 8 – Journals, Jan. 16, 1985-Feb. 28, 1985

Box 82 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Feb. 28, 1985-April 16, 1985

Folder 2 – Journals, April 2, 1985-May 18, 1985

Folder 3 – Journals, May 20, 1985-June 18, 1985

Folder 4 – Journals, June 18, 1985-June 26, 1985

Folder 5 – Journals, June 27, 1985-July 15, 1985

Folder 6 – Journals, July 15, 1985-July 29, 1985

Folder 7 – Journals, July 29, 1985-Aug. 2, 1985

Folder 8 – Journals, Aug. 14, 1985-Sept. 26, 1985

Box 83 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Hidden Hill Comp. – 1985-1989

Folder 2 – Journals, Sept. 27, 1985-Oct. 18, 1985

Folder 3 – Journals, Oct. 18/19, 1985-Dec. 12, 1985

Folder 4 – Journals, Dec. 17, 1985-Jan. 16, 1986

Folder 5 – Journals, Jan. 20, 1986-March 10, 1986

Folder 6 – Journals, March 11, 1986-May 13, 1986

Folder 7 – Journals, June 16, 1986-July 3, 1986

Folder 8 – Journals, July 5, 1986-July 27, 1986

Folder 9 – Journals, July 28, 1986-Aug. 26, 1986

Box 84 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, Aug. 26, 1986-Sept. 15, 1986

Folder 2 – Journals, Sept. 24, 1986-Oct. 13, 1986

Folder 3 – Journals, Nov. 3, 1986-Jan. 27, 1987

Folder 4 – Journals, Nov. 10, 1986-Dec. 9, 1986

Folder 5 – Journals, Jan. 4, 1987-Feb. 2, 1987

Folder 6 – Journals, Feb. 1, 1987-April 15, 1987

Folder 7 – Journals, Feb. 2, 1987-March 5, 1987

Folder 8 – Journals, March 11, 1987-March 24, 1987

Folder 9 – Journals, May 12, 1987-April 22, 1988

Box 85 – Journals

Folder 1 – Journals, July 5, 1988-June 30, 1989

Folder 2 – Journals, June 29, 1989-Aug. 20, 1989

Folder 3 – Journals, Aug. 24, 1989-Sept. 30, 1989

Folder 4 – Journals, Oct. 1, 1989-Nov. 4, 1989

Series 5 – World War II service, 1943-1945

Box 86 – World War II service

Folder 1 – World War II Service – Printed material and ephemera, 1943-1945

     This folder includes a German-language map of Europe, a pamphlet on accepted conduct of U. S. military in Europe and a pennant.

Series 6 – Fort Benning I, 1945-1946

     In 1945, Hallock was stationed at Fort Benning as an Executive Officer, Specialist Training Division, The Parachute School, Fort Benning, Georgia, with a Grade-salary of 1st Lieutenant.  His division was responsible for communications, demolitions, and parachute rigging schools.  He was stationed under the command of Lt. Col. Warren R. Williams.  During his first tour at Fort Benning he began to develop an idea for the redesign of the parachute harness used in airborne training . Between January and December he was moved to the grade of Captain.

Folder 2 – Fort Benning I – The Stillwell Report, May 29, 1946

     This 85-page report's proper name is War Department Equipment Board Report, U.S. War Dept. Equipment Board, 29 May, 1946. It was superseded by the Army Equipment Development Guide, December 29, 1950.

Series 7 – Berlin, 1946-1949

Folder 1 – Berlin, 1946-1949

     This includes materials relating to Hallock's time with General Lucius Clay during the occupation of Berlin, including the Berlin airlift.  Included in the folder is a copy of the Aviation Operations Magazine of April, 1949, "A Special Study of Operation "Vittles": The Story of the Berlin Airlift."

Series 8 – Fort Benning II, 1950-1952

     During this tour at Fort Benning, his assignment was to serve as "Member and Chief of Review and Analysis Office and, concurrently, Airborne Advisor, the Infantry Board...the advisor on all airborne matters."  This folder contains mostly administrative documents relating to promotions, assignments and then Major Hallock's transfer to Korea.

     One of Hallock's mission during his second tour at Fort Benning was to redesign the parachute harness used in airborne training.

Box 87 – Fort Benning II

Folder 1 – Fort Benning II, 1950-1952

Folder 2 – Fort Benning II – Army Field Forces Board, No. 3, Project 2423 – Means of Carrying Individual Equipment, Study No. 1, 1950-1952

Folder 3 – Fort Benning II – Army Field Forces Board, No. 3, Project 2423 – Means of Carrying Individual Equipment, Progress Report and Photos, 1952

Folder 4 – Fort Benning II – Army Field Forces Board, No. 3, Project 2423 – Means of Carrying Individual Equipment, Report, 1952

Folder 5 – Fort Benning II – Army Field Forces Board, No. 3, Project 2423 – Means of Carrying Individual Equipment, Guide for Use and Field Test Report, 1953(?), 1955

Folder 6 – Fort Benning II – Universal Carrying Strap Application and Photos, 1952

     This folder contains information about an unsuccessful attempt by Hallock to patent the straps he designed for the above study.

Folder 7 – Fort Benning II – Carrying Straps – Various Patents, 1874-1948

Folder 8 – Fort Benning II – Army Field Forces Board, No. 3, Project 2442 – Mortar Tests, 1950-1952

Folder 9 – Fort Benning II – Army Field Forces Board, No. 3, Project 2442 – Photos, February, 1952

Folder 10 – Fort Benning II – Army Field Forces Board, No. 3, Project 2442 – Ammunition Tests – Photos, 1952

Series 9 – Korea, 1952-1953

     Hallock was promoted to the rank of Major during his Korean tour of duty.  Also during this tour, he was Regimental Intelligence and Operations Officer and Infantry Battalion Commander.  His commanding officers were Col. Joseph R. Russ, Commanding Officer, 32nd Infantry Regiment, and Maj. Gen. Arthur Trudeau, commanding General, 7th Infantry Division.  Hallock was charged with conceiving, developing, and combat-testing, and implementing a regiment-wide fortification and construction system and a front-line ammunition stockage and control system, one adopted by all divisions of I Corps.

Box 88 – Korea

Folder 1 – Korea - Project "Hallock" – Defense fortifications, 1953

Folder 2 – Korea - Project "Hallock" – Defense fortifications-Designs/Plans, 1953

Folder 3 – Korea - Project "Hallock" – Defense fortifications-Photos, 1953

     These photos were taken to document the construction of field defenses and the handling and storage of ammunition in combat.  J. Cleary is identified on the back of many of the photos, sometimes with the rank of Corporal and sometimes of Sargent, of the 7th Signal Corps photo Section, 7th Infantry Division.  Some of these photos were taken by others, but most were by Cleary.

Folder 4 – Korea - Construction and Ammo Program-32nd Infantry Regiment, 1953

Folder 5 – Korea - Photos by Sgt. J. Cleary, 1953

Folder 6 – Korea - Citation for the Haile Selassies [sic] Medal with One Palm

Folder 7 – Korea - Hallock notes from Korea, 1952-1953

Folder 8 – Korea - Chinese Propaganda from Korea, 1952-1953

Folder 9 – Korea - Map of Yonchon, Korea, 1950

Series 10 – Fort Campbell, 1954-1955

     His assignments at Fort Campbell related to the 508th Airborne Regimental Combat Team and the reorganization of the maintenance of the vehicles of the 511th Airborne Infantry.  He conducted several Army-wide studies on the essentiality of equipment items "in Tables of Organization and Equipment."  Hallock also developed and implemented a system for the receipt and issue of equipment, which was adopted Army-wide. He also served on several courts-martial.

Box 89 – Fort Campbell

Folder 1 – Fort Campbell – Administrative Reports, Memos, Notes, Special Orders, 1954

Folder 2 – Fort Campbell – Administrative Reports, Memos, Notes, Special Orders, 1955

Folder 3 – Fort Campbell – Airborne Service Test Material, 1955 (?)

     This folder contains items related to the Characteristics of Airborne Equipment and Cargo Aircraft, a project of the Army Field Forces Board No. 1, Airborne Service Test Division, located at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina.

Folder 4 – Fort Campbell – Airborne Service Test Material-Photos, 1955 (?)

     This folder contains photos labeled "Pictures of Demonstration for General Miley of 105 Aerial delivery tests."

Series 11 – Fort Leavenworth, 1956-1959

     Major Hallock was promoted to Lt. Colonel under the command of Maj Gen. Lionel C. McGarr.

     While at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Col. Hallock was the Special Assistant to the Commandant, Army Command and General Staff College.  He participated in the rewriting of the Army curriculum and the reorganization of the command structure.  While at Fort Leavenworth, he worked on the structure of multiple classes that were offered.  He also worked closely with the Commandant preparing course catalogs, guides and other material that was needed for the running of the College.

Box 90 – Fort Leavenworth

Folder 1 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 1 [Tabs 1-51], August 3-December 4, 1956

     This group of files consists of a chron file of memoranda received by Col. Hallock.  Topics include organization of the training facility at Ft. Leavenworth, curriculum planning for the 1958/59 academic year, specific recommendations on courses, such as the introduction of training relating to atomic/nuclear warfare, and personnel issues.  These are mostly thermofax copies in very poor physical condition.

Folder 2 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 1 [Tabs 52-82], December 4-31, 1956

Folder 3 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 2 [Tabs 1-33], January, 1957

Folder 4 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 2 [Tabs 34-78], February-March 13, 1957

Folder 5 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 3 [Tabs 1-45], March 13-April 5, 1957

Folder 6 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 3 [Tabs 46-88], April 8-23, 1957

Folder 7 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 4, April 23-May 31, 1957

Box 91 – Fort Leavenworth

Folder 1 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 5, June 1-20 August, 1957

Folder 2 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 6, August 21-December 10, 1957

Folder 3 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 7, December 10, 1957-Aprl 10, 1958

Folder 4 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 8, April 11-July 11, 1958

Box 92 – Fort Leavenworth

Folder 1 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 9, July 15-September 16, 1958

Folder 2 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 10, September 16-November 10, 1958

Folder 3 – Fort Leavenworth – Memo File Number 11, November 13, 1958-January 16, 1959

Box 93 – Fort Leavenworth

Folder 1 – Fort Leavenworth – Tab File #1, October 12, 1956-May 23, 1958, Part I

Folder 2 – Fort Leavenworth – Tab File #1, October 12, 1956-May 23, 1958, Part II

Folder 3 – Fort Leavenworth – Tab File #2, July 11, 1958-March 4, 1959

Folder 4 – Fort Leavenworth – Tab File #2 – Additional Items, March 5-April 20, 1959

     These items were loose in Folder 2 and are not included in the index of Tab File #2.

Folder 5 – Fort Leavenworth – /8 Planning, 1957-1958

     This folder contains materials relating to preparing for the 1957/1958 training year.

Folder 6 – Fort Leavenworth – /9 Planning File, September 10, 1957-April, 1958

     This folder contains materials relating to preparing for the 1958/1959 training year.

Box 94 – Fort Leavenworth

Folder 1 – Fort Leavenworth – McGarr File, 1956-1958

Folder 2 – Fort Leavenworth – Hallock to McGarr File, 1956-1958

Folder 3 – Fort Leavenworth – McGarr File, 1959-1960

Folder 4 – Fort Leavenworth – Faculty Memorandum #1, Lt. Col. Jacobson, 1958

Folder 5 – Fort Leavenworth – Faculty Memorandums, 1958

Box 95 – Fort Leavenworth

Folder 1 – Fort Leavenworth – Command Structure, Officer and Student lists and charts, 1956

Folder 2 – Fort Leavenworth – Orleans board and Report of the Commandant, 1956-1957

Folder 3 – Fort Leavenworth – Leavenworth Course material, 1957-1958

Folder 4 – Fort Leavenworth – Course Catalogues, 1957-1958, 1958-1959

Folder 5 – Fort Leavenworth – Logistics Instruction at Staff College, 1957-1958

Folder 6 – Fort Leavenworth – Strategic mobile ground level course, 1958

Folder 7 – Fort Leavenworth – Keeping Face with the Future, publication, 1958-1959

Folder 8 – Fort Leavenworth – Dedication Bell Hall, January 1959

Folder 9 – Fort Leavenworth – Commandants Curriculum/Guidance and Decisions, 1959-1960

Folder 10 – Fort Leavenworth – Course 2, study #1, nd

Series 12 – Turkey (NATO), 1959-1961

     Hallock left Fort Leavenworth to attend the Armed Forces Staff College (AFSC), where he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel.  After the completion of his courses at the AFSC he was sent on a tour of duty to Turkey.  During his tour in Turkey as "Chief, Exercise and Maneuver Branch, HQS COMLANDSOUTHEAST (NATO)," he planned, controlled, analyzed, and evaluated the annual combined exercises of SE NATO.  Those involved in the operations were the military divisions of Greece, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Box 96 – Turkey (NATO)

Folder 1 – Turkey (NATO) – Armed Forces Staff College (AFSC) Catalogue, 1959

Folder 2 – Turkey (NATO) – AFSC notes and class lists, 1957-1959

     This folder not only includes class schedules and notes on the college, but the News release of Major Hallock's promotion to Lieutenant Colonel.

Folder 3 – Turkey (NATO) – AFSC Reference Text, February 1959

Folder 4 – Turkey (NATO) – AFSC Selected Information (part 1), 1959

Folder 5 – Turkey (NATO) – AFSC Selected Information (part 2), 1959

Folder 6 – Turkey (NATO) – 1958-1959

     Hallock was assigned to the NATO offices in Turkey to improve the working relations among the U. S. Embassy, NATO and Turkey and also to improve the morale and efficiency of the U. S. staff at the embassy and NATO offices.

Folder 7 – Turkey (NATO) – 1959-1961 and nd

     This folder also documents his transition to ARPA via a short stent with the office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, where he worked on implementing a new Officer Efficiency Reporting System.

Series 13 – RDTE (Weapon Systems), 1961-1962

     While Hallock was RDTE Project Manager for vehicles and mobility research, weapons, and light-weight armor materials, he worked on Project AGILE and with the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) on a variety of projects.  The research and work that he completed on ARPA/AGILE, while Project Manager, was useful in his later career when he began Intrec Inc.  He used his knowledge of and connections with ARPA to develop a project for which ARPA contracted Intrec. Much of the material housed in this series relates to series 18, Intrec under ARPA/AGILE, Contract DAHC 15 73 C0123 for more information on this development.

Box 97 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE

     His work at ARPA seems to have focused on identifying and resolving issues with the M-16 rifle.

Folder 1 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE – ARPA and other Research and Development (RDT+E) Projects, 1961-1963

Folder 2 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE – Contact lists and organizational regulations memos, 1962, 1967

Folder 3 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE – The Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT+E) Fact Sheets, June, 1962

Folder 4 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE – Project "Defoliation" program, 1961-1966

Folder 5 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE – Reports on Project AGILE, 1962-1964

Folder 6 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE – Reports and Memos on ARPA Activities, 1962-1969

Folder 7 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE – Reports on Projects in Vietnam, 1963-1967

Folder 8 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE – Reports on Projects in Thailand, 1964-1968

Folder 9 – RDTE – ARPA/AGILE – Col. Hallock's role in the M-16s development with ARPA and the SoD (Assistant Secretary of Defense), 1969

     This letter from Alain Enthoven discusses Colonel Hallock's role in the M-16 developments and the AR-15 tests in 1962.  Included in this folder is a copy of the September 27, 1962 "Hitch Report," related to the M-16 development and a letter from 1998 on Hallock's role in the events.

Series 14 – Army War College, 1962-1964

Box 98 – United States Army War College (USAWC)

Folder 1 – USAWC – "A Definition of Limited War Characteristics," July 18, 1961

     Material that he used for the completion of his course work while at the Army War College.

Folder 2 – USAWC – US National Security Policy, 1961-1963

     More material that he would have utilized in the completion of his course work while at the War College.

Folder 3 – USAWC – Army War College, 1962-1964

     In 1962 Hallock was selected to attend the Army War College for the academic year 1963/1964. At the end of the academic term he received an unfavorable review, which he sought to have reviewed and reversed.

Folder 4 – USAWC – Manpower Study, 1963

     A study on the effectiveness of army manpower and suggestions for the development of a new structure of recruitment and use of manpower.

Folder 5 – USAWC – Study on Individuals promotions to Colonel, 1963

     This is a study on select individuals put forth for promotion to Colonel in 1963, including Hallock's opinion on each candidate.

Folder 6 – USAWC – Reference Manual, part 2 and 3, April 1964

Folder 7 – USAWC – Reference Manual, part 8, 1964

Folder 8 – USAWC – Presentations, January 14, 1964

Folder 9 – USAWC – Presentations, List of Charts, January 14, 1964

Folder 10 – USAWC – "Information and Guidance on Military Assistance," June 1964

     Possibly material that Hallock used in one of his courses relating to MAP and its role in world security.

Folder 11 – USAWC – USAWC-NSS Committee Assignments, Appendix IV, June 5, 1964

Folder 12 – USAWC – Course Notes from The Army War College, 1964

Folder 13 – USAWC – The George Washington University, 1964

Folder 14 – USAWC – Papers and drafts written for Political Science at The George Washington University (GWU), 1964

Folder 15 – USAWC – Notes for Hallock's Thesis on organizational relationships, 1964

Box 99 – United States Army War College (USAWC)

Folder 1 – USAWC – Army War College, 1965 and nd

     This folder contains documentation on the review of Hallock's rating from the War College. Similar documents are also present in the Fort Ord folders below as he continued to contest his negative evaluation.  This folder also contains an unsigned and undated paper titled "Anti-Guerrilla Warfare-Vietnam Style, Parts I and II". This may have been Hallock's academic research paper.

Folder 2 – USAWC – College notes on LOGCOM and from Professors, nd

Folder 3 – USAWC – Secretary of Defense – Department of Defense Directives, Dec. 1956, Dec. 1958

     Secretary of Defense Division of System Analysis, 1962-1963.  The following material was collected by Col. Hallock during his tenure with the Department of Defense, Secretary of Defense, Division of System Analysis.  The material relates to the reorganization of the Department of Defense and its sub-structures.  Col. Hallock had an interest in restructuring of organization to streamline efficiency and increase productivity, and this is yet another example of where he displays that interest.

Folder 4 – USAWC – Secretary of Defense – Reports on the Organization of the Department of Defense, 1959

Folder 5 – USAWC – Secretary of Defense – Symington Committee Report, 1961 (?)

Folder 6 – USAWC – Secretary of Defense – Report to Senator Kennedy from Committee on the Defense Establishment, 1961

Series 15 – Fort Ord, 1964-1967

Box 100 – Fort Ord

Folder 1 – Fort Ord – 1964-1965

     After his Army War College year, Hallock was assigned to Fort Ord where he was tasked with planning a re-organization of the Army command structure. He also continued to seek a re-evaluation of his War College review.

Folder 2 – Fort Ord – 1966-1967

     In addition to his final activities at Fort Ord, this folder contains his retirement papers, effective in May of 1967.

Box 101 – Fort Ord

Folder 1 – Fort Ord – Guide for Reviewers of Studies, 1965

Folder 2 – Fort Ord – Publications of the USA Combat Developments Command Experimentation Command, 1962, 1965

Folder 3 – Fort Ord – Weapons System Review and Cost effectiveness analysis, project 3, 1966

Folder 4 – Fort Ord – Directories in connection with FPAO, 1966-June 1967

     This folder contains directories and contacts that Col. Hallock would have utilized while with FPAO.

Folder 5 – Fort Ord – Force Planning and Analysis Office (FPAO), 1966-May 1967

     Employee pay stubs, account notes, project notes, and other interoffice correspondence are contained in this folder.  All material relates to Col. Hallock's time with the Force Planning and Analysis Office and his work on weapons systems.

Folder 6 – Fort Ord – Weapon Systems Analysis Directorate, 1966-May 1967

Folder 7 – Fort Ord – Working Paper on Army Procurement Program, May 1967

Box 102 – Fort Ord

Folder 1 – Fort Ord – FPAO Collection Index

     This is a file that Col. Hallock maintained on his tenure with the Force Planning and Analysis Office through the office of the Chiefs of Staff (OCS).  This following Collection of FPAO material contains memos, notes, reports, correspondence, and other material related to the formation of the FPAO and their tasks for the Army.

Folder 2 – Fort Ord – FPAO Collection, Book 1, part 1, Jan. 1966-April 21, 1966

Folder 3 – Fort Ord – FPAO Collection, Book 1, part 2, 1966-1969

Folder 4 – Fort Ord – FPAO Collection, Book 1, part 3, Feb. 1963-May 1965

Folder 5 – Fort Ord – FPAO Collection, Book 2, part 1, 1962-1966

Folder 6 – Fort Ord – FPAO Collection, Book 2, part 2, July 1965-1966

Series 16 – Bureau of the Budget (BoB), 1967-1969

     After retiring from the army Col. Hallock applied for and was awarded a job with the Bureau of the Budget under the direction of Charles Louis Schultze (b. 1924)

Box 103 – BoB

Folder 1 – BoB – Blank forms and a 1967 directory from the Bureau of the Budget

Folder 2 – BoB – Hallock's Employment contract with and information on the Bureau of the budget, 1967-1970

     The material in this folder includes the original job description, Col. Hallock's contract, and other related employment forms from the beginning of his employment with the Bureau of the Budget.

Folder 3 – BoB – Bulletins from the Bureau of the Budget, 1965-1969

Folder 4 – BoB – Program Evaluation Articles, 1966, 1967

     These are articles written by the Program Evaluation Staff at the Bureau of the Budget to discuss the relevance of a variety of research and development projects.

Folder 5 – BoB – Program Evaluation Staff Information, 1968

Folder 6 – BoB – Notes on Bureau of the Budget Overview and issues, 1968, 1969

     Col. Hallock kept a few sheets of notes on the Bureau of the Budget and its reorganization.  He also kept notes and lists of issues that the BoB was facing and possible solutions.

Folder 7 – BoB – "For Release on Delivery" (Memos), 1968, 1969

     The "For Release on Delivery" materials is a collection of memos and bulletins that were to be released to the employees with "breaking news."  One includes the announcement of James R. Schlesinger as Assistant Director of the Bureau on February 10, 1969.

Folder 8 – BoB – Memorandums, 1966, January 1969

     The Memorandums for the Bureau of the Budget are not kept with the other Memorandums since Col. Hallock kept these memos filed under his "BoB" file.  These are interoffice memos that he was privy to while working at the Bureau of the Budget.

Folder 9 – BoB – Memorandums, February-October, 1969

Folder 10 – BoB – Budget Review of FY 1970, FY 1971

Box 104 - BoB

Folder 1 – BoB – Newspaper Articles related to BoB, November-December, 1967, 1969

Folder 2 – BoB – "The Death of the Arsenal System?" – by Edward C. Ezell, April 1968

Folder 3 – BoB – Reports relating to the BoB, 1968

     This includes Schick, Allen. "PPB's First Years: Premature and Maturing."  U.S. Bureau of the Budget, September, 1968.  Resources Planning Staff.  "Excerpts From President-Elect Nixon's Campaign Statements."  U.S. Bureau of the Budget, December 9, 1968.

Folder 4 – BoB – Reports relating to the BoB, 1969

     This folder contains a selection of reports by Bureau of the Budget staff, articles from The Washington Monthly, and other University professors on Research and Development and Federal Budget Analysis.

Folder 5 – BoB – Reports relating to the BoB, 1971, nd

     There is a draft report by Col. Hallock relating to MAP systems and MAP problems.  The other is: Carlson, Jack W. "Comments for the Joint Senate-House Colloquium to Discuss National Policy for the Environment".  U.S. Bureau of the Budget, undated.

Folder 6 – BoB – "Reorganization of the Department of Defense," nd

     This was filed under BoB by Col. Hallock. The full title of the article "Reorganization of the Department of Defense: Philosophy and Counter-Philosophy," has no author or date, but relates to part of Hallock's work for the reorganization of the BoB.

Series 17 – RAND, 1969-1972

Box 105 – RAND

Folder 1 – RAND – Col. Hallock's role in the M-16 rifle adoption, by Alain Enthoven, January 16, 1969

     This is Dr. Enthoven's recommendation for Dick Hallock to the President of the Rand Cooperation.

Folder 2 – RAND – Correspondence, 1969-1972

Folder 3 – RAND – Memorandums, 1967, 1969, 1970

     These memos deal specifically with the RAND cooperation and specific projects that Col. Hallock was invested.

     There are three memos from 1967, including ones from April, August, and October.  The memo from 1969 is on a Telephone conversation on Selin and Rosetti's termination.  The bulk of the memos are from January to December 1970.

Folder 4 – RAND – Memorandums, 1971-1972

     The bulk of material is from 1971, with the exception of three memos from 1972.

Folder 5 – RAND – Parts of Col. Hallock's Rand Contract and letters, 1969-1972

     This does not include full Rand contracts, but mostly amendments and letters of intent to sign contracts.  However, this file does contain the Professional Service Agreement between Hallock and RAND in 1969.

Folder 6 – RAND – Travel and payment documents, 1970-1972

     Includes blank trip recording forms.  Material submitted for reimbursement and other related travel documents, the majority from 1970.

Folder 7 – RAND – RANDitems newsletter, 1970-1971

Folder 8 – RAND – RAND Management Newsletter, 1970-1971

Folder 9 – RAND – Newspaper Clippings and Articles relating to RAND, 1970-1972

Folder 10 – RAND – Articles, 1970-1971

Box 106 – RAND

Folder 1 – RAND – Statement of Comptroller General of the U.S. and Appendix, September 16, 1969

Folder 2 – RAND – Project Draft Proposals and notes, 1969-1972

     The proposals are only drafts that often only contain a statement of problem.  The notes in the end of the folder do not all corresponded to the proposals within the folder.

Folder 3 – RAND – Research material for the reorganization of RAND, 1968-1971

     This folder includes material that Col. Hallock collected to construct his proposal on the reorganization of RAND.

Folder 4 – RAND – Survey of the Development of the Role of the U.S. Army Military Advisor, 1965

     Material checked out of the RAND Library on May 14, 1971 by Col. Hallock as part of his research.

Folder 5 – RAND – Notes, memos, and diagrams on the RAND structure, 1970

     Materials Hallock collected on RAND and its structure to prepare his proposal for reorganization.

Folder 6 – RAND – Notes of RAND Reorganization, 1970-1971, and nd

Folder 7 – RAND – Proposals for the reorganization of RAND, 1971

     This includes copies of proposals Col. Hallock sent with memo attachments to select individuals for comments.  Many copies also include Hallock's notes as he developed different proposals.

Folder 8 – RAND – Material on Foreign Military Sales, 1969-1970

     The material includes congressional record documents, with notes by Col. Hallock.

Box 107 – RAND

Folder 1 – RAND – Development of a New AGILE Project (RPN 9817), 1970

     This material (folders 9-13) relates to the development of an ARPA project that Hallock undertakes after the incorporation of Intrec.  Much of the material is used as beginning research for the contracts he develops in 1973 along with his research material found in Series 13, ARPA/AGILE, much of which is research and notes on early ARPA projects which he worked on and studied.

     These are notes and memos on the possibility of developing a new AGILE project, Advanced Sensors for Limited War.  This material relates to the development of an ARPA project that Hallock undertook after the incorporation of Intrec.  He used much of the material as beginning research for the contracts he develops in 1973.

Folder 2 – RAND – Interview of ARPA Employees by RAND Corp. (RPN #9814), April 24, 1970-July 20, 1970

     Material in the Interview folders are ordered chronologically, just as Col. Hallock originally kept the files, not by interviewee.

     The RAND Corporation provided an in-depth study of the AGILE project research to understand the "pattern of research events or characteristics that can be related to successful exploitation of the research product."

Folder 3 – RAND – Interview of ARPA Employees by RAND Corp. (RPN #9814), July 21, 1970-August 10, 1970

Folder 4 – RAND – Interview of ARPA Employees by RAND Corp. (RPN #9814), August 11, 1970-September 15, 1970

Folder 5 – RAND – Development of an ARPA Project (new project #9799), 1971-1973

     Hallock began to develop an "AGILE counterpart" development project for the making of tailored weapons for allies, improving counterpart security management, and Country Models for use by MAP Training Institute/MAAGS (Hallock's title).

Folder 6 – RAND, Project List, 1972

Box 108 – RAND

     The contents of this box includes Publications by the RAND cooperation for public consumption and also works that were meant for RAND employees on specific projects.

Folder 1 – RAND – Publications, External, 1968

Folder 2 – RAND – Publications, External, 1969

Folder 3 – RAND – Publications, External, 1970

Folder 4 – RAND – Publications, External, 1971

Folder 5 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project 1102, September 11, 1969

Folder 6 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project 1617, July 22, 1969

Folder 7 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project 1000, January 30, 1970

Folder 8 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project 9770, August 19, 1970

Folder 9 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project 1102, September 1970

Folder 10 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project 1092/1412, September 8, 1970

Folder 11 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project 9815, November 1970

Folder 12 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project 1092, November 3, 1970

Folder 13 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project 9775, December 22, 1970

Folder 14 – RAND – Publications, Internal, on project RPN-9783, January 29, 1971

Folder 15 – RAND – Publications, Internal, October 16, 1972

Folder 16 – RAND – Publications, Internal, operations number 520, November 14, 1972

Folder 17 – RAND – Publications, Internal, World War II Maritime Losses, April 1972

Box 109 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel

   This box contains papers related to Col. Hallock's role on the Blue Ribbon Defense Panel of 1970 and its development.

Folder 1 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Col. Hallock's Appointment to the Blue Ribbon Panel and security Clearance, 1967

     This includes his original paperwork for employment with the Secretary of Defense.

Folder 2 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Comments on Shillito M-73, December 16, 1969

Folder 3 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Statement of Problem and Evaluation System, 1970

Folder 4 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Outline and General Organization and Management

     Contains a second copy with notes and underlines.

Folder 5 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Memos and Notes on Report, January-March, 1970

Folder 6 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Memorandums and correspondence from the Blue Ribbon Defense Panel, January-March, December, 1970

Folder 7 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Related Congressional Documents, 1971

Folder 8 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Transcript of David Packard Meeting with Aviation Space Writers Association (ASWA), October 21, 1971

Box 110 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel

     Contains the actual full Blue Ribbon Panel Report of 1970 and its Appendixes.

Folder 1 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Microform of Report, 1970

     This includes the full report on microform and a copy of the Appendices list for the report.

Item 1 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Book A – Report to the President and the Secretary of Defense on the Department of Defense by the Blue Ribbon Defense Panel, July 1, 1970

     This is labeled book A, and appendix A is labeled C. Book B is not present in the collection.

Item 2 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Book C – Appendix A, Mechanisms for Change

     Organizational History, July 1970

Item 3 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Appendix B – Mission and Functions of Washington Headquarters Staffs, July 1970

Item 4 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Appendix C – Functional Analysis of Washington Headquarters Staffs, July 1970

Item 5 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Appendix E – Staff Report on Major Weapon Systems Acquisition Process, July 1970

Item 6 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Appendix F – Staff Report on Operational Test and Evaluation, July 1970

     Includes a note from C. W. Stroup.

Item 7 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Appendix H – Staff Report on Telecommunications

Item 8 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Appendix I – Staff Report on Automatic Data Processing, July 1970

Item 9 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Appendix J – Advisory Committee Report on Audit Procedures, July 1970

Box 111 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel

     Contains the last two appendixes of the Blue Ribbon Panel Report and other books released with the report, 1970.

Item 1 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Appendix L

     Comparison of DOD, NASA, and AEC Acquisition Processes, July 1970.

Item 2 - RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Appendix M

     Survey Team Report on Pentagon Mail Distribution and Correspondence Control, July 1970.

Item 3 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – News Clippings – Volume 1, 1969-1970

Item 4 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – News Clippings – Volume 2, 1969-1970

Item 5 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Case History: The M 73 Machine Gun, March 10, 1970

Folder 1 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Supplemental Statement to Report, September 30, 1970

Folder 2 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Statement of Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird on the Fiscal Year 1972-1976, March 9, 1971

Folder 3 – RAND – Blue Ribbon Panel – Summary of Weapons System Acquisition, nd

Box 112 – RAND – Turkey

     This box contains a Master file that Col. Hallock kept on his dealings with Turkey during his tenure at the RAND cooperation.

Folder 1 – RAND – Turkey – Turkish Material Master File, 1973, items 1-3

     This file, complied by Col. Hallock, contains material on the Nixon Doctrine and Rand's involvement in Turkey, on which Col. Hallock was the lead. It includes an index for the master file and material on Col. Cecek of the Turkish military.

Folder 2 – RAND – Turkey – Turkish Material Master File, 1973, item 4, "8th NATO Defense Planning Workshop"

Folder 3 – RAND – Turkey – Turkish Material Master File, 1973, items 5-9

     Item 10 is not present.

Folder 4 – RAND – Turkey – Turkish Material Master File, 1973, items 11-15

Folder 5 – RAND – Turkey – Turkish Material Master File, 1973, items 16-22

Folder 6 – RAND – Turkey – Turkish Material Master File, 1973, items 23

     Letters to Major General E.C.D. Scherrer and Major General Sureyya Yuksel, Chief, Turkish General Staff, also the Overall Defense industrial planning and management for Turkey.

Folder 7 – RAND – Turkey – Turkish Material Master File, 1973, item 24

Folder 8 – RAND – Turkey – Letter and list of readings to be send to Turkey, 1972

Folder 9 – RAND – Turkey – Correspondence and Notes on Reports, Sep. 1972-Nov. 1973

     The letters contain excerpts from Hallocks Report and Working papers on Turkey on which he notated and others made suggestions and corrections.

Folder 10 – RAND – Turkey – Memos and notes on Aide to Turkey, 1971-1972

     Includes prospectus and schematic for planning operations and resource management for the Turkish Armed Forces.

Folder 11 – RAND – Turkey – Travel Documents, maps, hotel books, and travel guides, 1972

Box 113 – RAND – Turkey

     This box contains working papers that pertain to Turkey and small arms/military assistance to Turkey.  The notes and papers were all preliminary research to prepare for Col. Hallock's trip to Turkey and the proposal of what support for Turkey would mean to the United States.

Folder 1 – RAND – Turkey – Memorandum, Comparison of Ground Force Postures for Turkey, 1967

Folder 2 – RAND – Turkey – Annex A – working papers, February 1972

Folder 3 – RAND – Turkey – Annex A, Country Notes: Turkey

Folder 4 – RAND – Turkey – Annex B – working papers, October 1972

Folder 5 – RAND – Turkey – Draft Report on Project Tailored Military Assistance for Allies, Nov. 30, 1972

     This is a draft with notes and markings by Col. Hallock.

Folder 6 – RAND – Turkey – Notes on Draft Report by Lou, January 22, 1973

Folder 7 – RAND – Turkey – Review of Mr. Hallock's Draft Report – "Tailored Military Assistance for Allies," March 15, 1973

Folder 8 – RAND – Turkey – Selected Papers from the Project Tailored Military Assistance for Allies, April 4, 1973

     Includes notes on the report from Col. Hallock.

Folder 9 – RAND – Turkey – Purpose and Background on Turkey Study, 1973

Folder 10 - RAND – Turkey – Authorization to transmit studies to Turkish General Staff, March 29, 1974

Series 18 – Intrec, 1972

Box 114 – Intrec – Administration

Folder 1 – Intrec – Administration – History of Intrec, Draft, 1976

Folder 2 – Intrec – Administration – Proposal for R.H. Associates, Inc., 1971

Folder 3 – Intrec – Administration – Board Meeting Minutes and supporting documents, 1978-1988, 1994-1995

Folder 4 – Intrec – Administration – Advertising, 1997

Folder 5 – Intrec – Administration – Resumes, nd

Folder 6 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Car Leases, 1968, 1973

     A stray sheet of information about a 1968 car lease is included here.

Folder 7 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Car Leases, 1974

Folder 8 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Car Leases, 1975

Folder 9 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Car Leases, 1976

Folder 10 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Car Leases, 1976-1979

Folder 11 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Car Leases, 1979-1982

Folder 12 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Car Leases and Other Reimbursement Claims, 1972-1976

Folder 13 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1966-1973 and nd

Folder 14 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1969

Folder 15 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1970

Box 115 – Intrec – Administration

Folder 1 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1971

Folder 2 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1972

Folder 3 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1973 (I)

     Due to its size, Colonel Hallock's folder has been divided into two.  The usual index to the year is in the first one.

Folder 4 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1973 (II)

Folder 5 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1974 (I)

     Due to its size, Colonel Hallock's folder has been divided into two.  The usual index to the year is in the first one.

Box 116 – Intrec – Administration

Folder 1 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1974 (II)

Folder 2 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1975 (I)

     Due to its size, Colonel Hallock's folder has been divided into two.  The usual index to the year is in the first one.

Folder 3 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1975 (II)

Folder 4 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1976

Box 117 – Intrec – Administration

Folder 1 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1977

Folder 2 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance, 1978-1979

Folder 3 – Intrec – Administration – Financial – Travel – Time and Attendance – Overview, 1972-1978

     There are two copies of this document.

Folder 4 – Intrec – Administration – Travel Authorizations for Hallock and others, 1973-1974

Folder 5 – Intrec – Administration – Travel Authorizations for Hallock and others, 1975

Folder 6 – Intrec – Administration – Security Clearance, August, 1976-May, 1977

Folder 7 – Intrec – Administration – "Sweeping," August-September, 1977

     This folder contains material Col. Hallock collected on preventing wiretaps and listening devices . Hallock was concerned that his company was being "bugged" and he wanted this office swept for such listening devices.

Folder 8 – Intrec – Administration – SEDCO, Reports on Investments, 1974

Folder 9 – Intrec – Administration – Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical Letter and Notes, October 15, 1974

Folder 10 – Intrec – Administration – State, Department of – Inspection Reports, June 1976

     This folder contains two reports germane to the activities of Intrec.  One is Contract Administration Service; Security Assistance Program, Iran, June 25, 1976 and the other is Automatic Data Processing Programs: Security Assistances Program, Iran, June 30, 1976.  These reports discuss the lack of coordination among contractors and consultants working in Iran and suggest ways to improve the processes.

Box 118 – Intrec – Administration – Inventory

     The majority of the material in this section was collected from the Iran Office when the Iranian Intrec offices had to be cleared out.  This material consists of mostly reports and a few memos and documents relating to the running of Intrec in Iran.

Folder 1 – Intrec – Administration – Inventory/Index

     This folder contains a subject index to Intrec-related interests and activities, a drawer-by-drawer inventory of documents, and lists of what appear to be filing codes by project and/or subjects.

Folder 2 – Intrec – Administration – Inventory – Iran Office, 1973-1978

Item 1 – Intrec – Administration – Inventory – Iran Office – Ammunition Study Vol. 1, 1974

Item 2 - Intrec – Administration – Inventory – Iran Office – Ammunition Appendices D through G Vol. 3, 1974

Item 3 - Intrec – Administration – Inventory – Iran Office – Ammunition Specifications Vol. IV, 1974

Item 4 – Intrec – Administration – Inventory – Iran Office – Final Report on Testing of ADS-4 Radar, 1976

Box 119 – Intrec – Justice Files

     In 1979 the Department of Defense opened an investigation into Col. Hallock over a possible conflict of interest between his work with DoD Secretary Schlesinger and the Shah of Iran.  The results of this investigation were turned over to the Department of Justice for possible criminal charges.  These files were prepared by Col. Hallock as the basis for his defense, should it be necessary.  A letter from his attorney is in the first folder in the group, and the second contains the index to the 62 files in this group.  The folder titles are taken directly from the index.

     These files were originally maintained in two books, labeled Justice #1 and Justice #2, held between cardboard covers with a metal clasp.  They were removed from these binders and placed in individual folders during processing.

Folder 0.0 – Intrec – Justice Files – Letter from Attorney, October 5, 1979

Folder 0.1 – Intrec – Justice Files –Materials for Hallock's defense, Nov 1974, June 1979

Folder 0.2 - Intrec – Justice Files –Trial Lawyers

Folder 0.3 – Intrec – Justice Files – Index Items 1-62, 1979-1980

Justice Book #1

Folder 1 – Intrec – Justice Files – #1 – NPR Radio Broadcast, 8 June, 1979, 1700 hours Newscast on KUSC, 91.5 FM

Folder 2 – Intrec – Justice Files – #2 – Ltr dtd June 13, 1979, to Deanne C. Siemer, Gen Counsel, DoD

Folder 3 – Intrec – Justice Files – #3 – Ltr [2 copies] dtd June 13, 1979, to James M. Schlesinger (Item #2 above was attached)

Folder 4 – Intrec – Justice Files – #4 – Ltr [2 copies] dtd June 13, 1979, to Martin Hoffmann (Item #2 above was attached)

Folder 5 – Intrec – Justice Files – #5 – Ltr dtd June 13, 1979, to Richard Helms (Item #2 above was attached)

Folder 6 – Intrec – Justice Files – #6 – RS detailed notes – 1300 hours PDT, June 13, 1979

     This is a transcript of a telephone conversation between Richard Sales and Michael Levin

Folder 7 – Intrec – Justice Files – #7 – News Release Version #1 Revised [June 14, 1979]

Folder 8 – Intrec – Justice Files – #8 – LB – Time Magazine – 0845, 6-14-79

Folder 9 – Intrec – Justice Files – #9 – RS – 1340 – 6-14-79

Folder 10 – Intrec – Justice Files – #10 – Receipt for Items Sent to SW of June 14, 1979

Folder 11 – Intrec – Justice Files – #11 –Receipt for Items sent to PS on June 15, 1979

Folder 12 – Intrec – Justice Files – #12 – Ltr to ML from L. Baum Re: Memo of Tele Con with Gavin Scott (Time Magazine)

Folder 13 – Intrec – Justice Files – #13 – Mailgram – Sent to A-G Griffin Bell dtd 7-02-79 0430P EST

Folder 14 – Intrec – Justice Files – #14 – Cover ltr t A-G with "hard copy" Attached with same info as sent in Mailgram – dtd 2 Jul 79

Folder 15 – Intrec – Justice Files – #15 – NPR Radio Broadcast, 29 June 1979, 1700 Newscast on KUSC, 91.5 FM

Folder 16 – Intrec – Justice Files – #16 – Ltr from DoD Gen Counsel dtd 29 June 79 (Rec'd 3 July 79) re: release of information under Freedom of Information Act

Folder 17 – Intrec – Justice Files – #17 – LB – Time Magazine – 0845 – 7-3-79

Folder 18 – Intrec – Justice Files – #18 – LB – Time Magazine – 1200 – 7-3-79

Folder 19 – Intrec – Justice Files – #19 – Receipt for items sent to A-G on 2 July 79

Folder 20 – Intrec – Justice Files – #20 – Receipt for items sent to PS on 3 July 79

Folder 21 – Intrec – Justice Files – #21 – Receipt for items sent to SW on 3 July 79

Folder 22 – Intrec – Justice Files – #22 – San Diego Union Article (UPI) dtd 9 June 79

Folder 23 – Intrec – Justice Files – #23 – RS – Detailed Notes – 6 July 79

Folder 24 – Intrec – Justice Files – #24 – Some MAL notes on options – 7-5-79

Folder 25 – Intrec – Justice Files – #25 – Wall Street Journal Article on NPR – 7-12-79

Folder 26 – Intrec – Justice Files – #26 – Anderson Article "New Pieces in the Iranian Puzzle" – 6-20-79

Folder 27 – Intrec – Justice Files – #27 – Anderson Article "Oil Sheiks Want Even Higher Prices" – 6-26-79

Folder 28 – Intrec – Justice Files – #28 – Anderson Article "Nixon Era Devotion to Shah Puzzling" – 7-6-79

Folder 29 – Intrec – Justice Files – #29 – Anderson Article "Pentagon Counsel Has Clout, Uses it" – 7-13-79

Folder 30 – Intrec – Justice Files – #30 – Anderson Article "Dragon Lady Uses Power" – 7-14-79

Folder 31 – Intrec – Justice Files – #31 – SW letter to Deanne Siemer dtd 2 Aug 79, repudiating the poor response the original RH ltr dtd 13 June 79

Folder 32 – Intrec – Justice Files – #32 – Note, re: Materials Given to SW at SFO Airport on 30 July 1979

Folder 33 – Intrec – Justice Files – #33 – SW Ltr to Siemer asking acknowledgement & response to 2 Aug 79 (#31 above) Ltr – 8-31-79

Folder 34 – Intrec – Justice Files – #34 – Copy of receipt for SW's ltr dtd 8-31-79 (#33 above) to Siemer

Folder 35 – Intrec – Justice Files – #35 – Ltr from OSD (C.W. Hinkle, Director, Freedom of Inf and Security Review3) acknowledging SW ltr dated 2 Aug and 31 Aug 79 – dtd 9-14-79

     Col. Hallock has a note here which says "First Item (#36) in Book #2 is Justice Ltr dtd 17 July 79".  Beginning in Book #2 he put the date at the beginning of the title.  The processor of the collection moved them to the end, as in the first book, for the sake of consistency.

Box 120 – Intrec – Justice Files

Justice Book #2

Folder 36 – Intrec – Justice Files – #36 – Justice Ltr to RH, Returning Privacy Act records request – 7-17-79

Folder 37 – Intrec – Justice Files – #37 – Justice Ltr to RH, Acknowledging receipt of Privacy Act request, and forwarding forms to facilitate the request – 7-18-79

Folder 38 – Intrec – Justice Files – #38 – Handwritten note of meeting with "Bill" people – 7-19-79

Folder 39– Intrec – Justice Files – #39 – Proposed reply to GC letter – not used – 8-2-79

Folder 40 – Intrec – Justice Files – #40 – ML memo to RH, Subj: Initial Law Library Research re: Allegations – 8-6-79

Folder 41 – Intrec – Justice Files – #41 – ML memo to RH, Subj: Additional Law Library Research – 8-8-79

Folder 42 – Intrec – Justice Files – #42 – RH handwritten note re: FBI contacting SW about OKLA investment – 8-31-79

Folder 43 – Intrec – Justice Files – #43 – SW ltr to DoD GC asking for acknowledgement of 2 Aug 79 letter – 8-31-79

Folder 44 – Intrec – Justice Files – #44 – Handwritten, proposed letter to [Richard] Sale – not sent – 11-21-79

Folder 45 – Intrec – Justice Files – #45 – Legal Research paper on Retired Officer Employment – done for Saul – [2 copies] 4-5-80

Folder 46 – Intrec – Justice Files – #46 – News clipping, Togo West – new DoD general Counsel – Mar '80

Folder 47 – Intrec – Justice Files – #47 – Receipts for materials sent to Saul – 4-17-80

Folder 48 – Intrec – Justice Files – #48 – Notes on 1220 Call from Mike – 5-7-80

Folder 49 – Intrec – Justice Files – #49 – Ltr from Pierre – 5-12-80

     This folder contains a photocopy of a letter written by Pierre M. Sprey to FBI Agent James Johnson regarding the on-going investigation of Richard Hallock concerning alleged conflicts of interest between his work with the DoD and the government of Iran . The letter was in a sealed envelope.  Included in the folder are photocopies of the notes on that envelope.

Folder 50 – Intrec – Justice Files – #50 – Ltr from Saul with a supplemental research memo attached – 6-6-80

Folder 51 – Intrec – Justice Files – #51 – Phone calls on 9 & 15 June – June-80

Folder 52 – Intrec – Justice Files – #52 – Memo from Saul, "Supplemental Memo on Conflict of Interest" – 6-13-80

NOTE: ITEMS 5E thru 62 (MINUS 57A) ARE IN A SEPARATE ENVELOPE, ALL APPROPRIATED MARKED.

     At the time of processing, this envelope was not found.

Folder 57A – Intrec – Justice Files – #57A – Memo Buz to Mike re Visit by FBI – 7-8-80

Box 121 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA

     The Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), an agency under the United States Department of Defense, was charged with the development of new technologies for military operations.  This program was the precursor to the modern day DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency).

     The material contained in the ARPA section relates to the work the Col. Hallock completed while RDTE Project Manager (1961-1962).  [See Series 13].  He also conducted research on ARPA and Project AGILE while at the Rand Cooperation, which contributed to his work at Intrec with ARPA, see Series 17.  He used this preliminary research to form the following contract with ARPA through Intrec in 1975.

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Chronological Files, December 1972-February, 1973

     There is an index to the Chron file at the front of the folder which covers from December 4, 1972 through August of 1973.

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Chronological Files, March-August, 1973

     A copy of the Chron index mentioned above is included at the beginning of this folder.

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Chronological Files, September-December 1973

     There is an index to the Chron file at the front of the folder which covers from September, 1973 through September of 1974.

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Chronological Files, January-September, 1974

     A copy of the Chron index mentioned above is included at the beginning of this folder.

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Chronological Files, October, 1974-December, 1975

     There is an index to the Chron file at the front of the folder which covers from September, 1973 through September of 1974.

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Chronological Files, January-November, 1976

     A copy of the Chron index mentioned above is included at the beginning of this folder.

Box 122 – Intrec – Projects - ARPA

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Tailored Military Assistance Project Contract and Modifications, June 1972-Feb. 1976

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Proposed Project on infantry weapons technology, 1972-1973?

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Small Arms combat Effectiveness Criteria Contract, Nov. 1973-Oct. 1975

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Weapons Effects in Cities Contract and Mods., Dec. 1973-Oct. 1975

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Various Contracts and Modifications 16 Jan., 1973-8 Oct.1975

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Restructuring of ARPA contract, May-July 1975

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Skunkworks situation outline, 1975

     Outline of why Skunkworks is need in the United States and why ARPA should move on the project

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – "Hot Diary" – Part of ARPA Contract discussions, November 1975

     Notes on a Telecon for RH (Richard Hallock) from the D.C. Hotel, November 6, 1975 and notes on plans for ARPA to move on the Skunkworks project through Intrec.

Folder 9 – Intrec – Projects – ARPA – Contracts Termination, February 1976

     This is a collection of Hallock's notes on the ARPA contract includes telephone conversations, meetings, and draft letters to Edgar F. Allen, Defense Supply Services (part of the ARPA contract).

Box 123 – Intrec – Projects – DDR&E to DSAA

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – DDR&E – Study of Weapons System, Chron File, 1973-1975

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – DDR&E – Study of Weapons System Proposal, 1973

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – DDR&E – Study of Weapons System Contract (C0163), Nov. 1974

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – DDR&E – Study of Weapons Systems Contracts and notes, 1973

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – DDR&E – Study of Weapons Systems – Correspondence (C0163), January 1974-September 1976

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – DSAA/DASD – Resource Management Research, December 1973-March 1976

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – DSAA/DASD contract (MDA 903 74 C0222) with orders, 1974-1976

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects – DSAA/DASD (MDA 903 74 C0222) Travel orders, 1974-1976

Folder 9 – Intrec – Projects – DSAA/DASD (MDA 903 74 C0222) Correspondence, February 1974-September 1976

Box 124 – Intrec – Projects – Israel to Turkey, 1974-1979

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Israel – March, 1974

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – NSF – Review of Sacramento River Project, April 1975-1976

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – OASD (I) – National Military command Centers Research Contract, February-March, 1973

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Peru, January, 1975

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Refugee Resettlement – Articles and Questionnaire, September 18, 1975

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Soviet ZSU – 23mm Quad anti-aircraft system, March 1979-March 1980

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – Refugee Resettlement – Article and questionnaire, September 18, 1975

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects – Soviet ZSU-23 Quad anti-aircraft system, March 1979-1980

Folder 9 – Intrec – Projects – Turkey, January, 1973

Folder 10 – Intrec – Projects – Turkey, May, 1973

Folder 11 – Intrec – Projects – Vietnam, March, 1972

Box 125 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of World War II

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII –Background, 1978-1982

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Photos, 1979

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – General Balck, 1978-1979

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII –General Nehring, 1979-1980

Item 1 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Translation of Taped Conversation with General Hermann Balck, January 12, 1979

Item 2 - Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Historical Research, April 1979

Item 3 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Translation of Taped Conversation with Lieutenant General Heinz Gaedcke, April 12, 1979

Item 4 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Translation of Taped Conversation with Lieutenant General Heinz Gaedcke, with notes, April 12, 1979

Item 5 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Translation of Taped Conversation with General Hermann Balck, April 13, 1979

Item 6 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Armored Warfare in World War II, Conference Featuring F.W. von Mellenthin, May 10, 1979

Item 7 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Tape of Balck Interview, Tape 3, copy 1, Jan. 12, 1979

Item 8 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Tape of Balck Interview, Tape 3, copy 2, Jan. 12, 1979

Item 9 – Intrec – Projects – Interviews with German Generals of WWII – Tape of Balck Interview, at Apsberg by PS/RH, April 13, 1979

Box 126 – Intrec – Projects (Proposed)

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects (Proposed) – A-10 ammo test proposal, Sep. 6, 1978

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects (Proposed) – Household Data Service, June-July, 1974

     These documents concern a possible consulting contract to provide Intrec with a concept study on anti-aircraft defenses.

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects (Proposed) – Iranian Ministry of Transportation (IMT) – Intrec, October, 1976

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects (Proposed) – Iranian Ministry of Transportation (IMT) – Railway Study, February, 1977

     This is study of railway signaling systems.

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects (Proposed) – Iranian Ministry of Transportation (IMT) – Railway Study, March, 1977

     This is study of railway traction systems, whether it should be electric- or diesel-powered.

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects (Proposed) – Mark Systems of Copertino, CA, April, 1974

     These memos concern stabilized binoculars.

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects (Proposed) – Modular/Mobile Housing, 1974-1975

     This folder contains information and notes on a possible project to construct housing in Iran.

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects (Proposed) – Moving Target Fire Control Systems – Memos/notes, 1977-1979

     This folder contains a discussion of the patentability of an anti-aircraft weapons system fire control apparatus developed by Pierre M. Spray.

Box 127 – Projects – Iran – Project Management

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Project Management – Mailgrams on flights and conditions in Iran, August 1974-October 1975

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Project Management – Telex messages – related to Iran Contracts, 1974-1975

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Project Management – Bill Mullen Reports, 1975

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Project Management – Plan of visit of LTC Tehrani to U.S., 1975

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Project Management – Explanation of management and contracts with Iran, 1976

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Project Management – News Reports on Iran Contracts, 1977, 1979

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Project Management –Webster Report on military sales in Iran, Sep. 19, 1977

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Project Management – Receipts for material in Iran office, June 1978

Box 128 – Intrec – Projects – Iran

Folder 1 – Projects – Iran – Chronological file, July 1974-July 1976

Folder 2 – Projects – Iran – Notes and draft Contracts with Seaside Overseas and Intrec, May 1974

Folder 3 – Projects – Iran – Contracts of material sold to Iran by U.S., 1974-1975

Folder 4 – Projects – Iran – Contracts and Relationships with Iran, 1975

Folder 5 – Projects – Iran – F-16 Comparison Study, Lockheed, 23 April 1974-9 June 1975

Folder 6 – Projects – Iran – Grumman (F-14), Chronology Files, 2 March 1971-21 August 1975

Folder 7 – Projects – Iran – Grumman (F-14), Admin. And Financial Notes, September 1974-30 June 1975

Box 129 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC (Armored Personnel Carrier)

     Intrec was involved in preparing a major project with the Iranian government concerned with developing and building an armored personnel carrier . The lead company in this project was FMC of San Jose, California.  Between June and December of 1974 there were discussions with another company that made the Albee Rolligon, but these discussions led nowhere.  After two years of effort, frequent contract drafts and revisions, and countless meetings, the negotiations for an FMC contract with the Ministry of War were not successful.

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, March, 1974

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, May-August, 1974

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, August 31, 1974

     This report, titled "A Program for Exploitation of: The Rolligon – Off-Road Transportation Concept", is dated May, 1969 but was an attachment to a letter from Michael A. Levin to William H. Albee, dated August 31, 1974, filed in the preceding folder.

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, September-October 23, 1974

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, October 23-31, 1974

     This folder contains various technical drawings of FMC's proposed APC design and construction.

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, November-December, 1974

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, February-March, 1975

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, April, 1975

Box 130 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC (Armored Personnel Carrier)

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, May, 1975

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, June, 1975

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, July-August, 1975

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, September, 1975

     This folder contains a September, 1975 document titled Proposal for Development and Production of a New Armored Personnel Carrier, Prepared for the Imperial Iranian Government.  There is also an August draft of the same document with numerous corrections, and a note that says, "Pete's Rewrite of 9/11/75.  Changes only."  There is also a photocopy of a Washington Post story of September 25, 1975 headlined "FMC Says Payment Under 1% of Sales."

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, September II, 1975

     This folder contains another, undated draft (minus the title page) of the proposal described above.  This one also includes some technical drawings from FMC with a note that says "FMC APC drawing.  Recoverd by ML from P.S. April 77.  Keep.  Ask Mike what he has in file.

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, October 28, 1975

     This contains correspondence regarding an attempt to patent a design for a folded torsion spring for use in vehicular suspension systems.

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, November, 1975

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC, December, 1975

     This folder contains drafts of cover letters, contracts, negotiating papers, etc. which are little changed from those of December of 1974.

Folder 9 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – APC – 1976, 1982

     This folder contains the wrap-up of the abortive FMC relationship.  There is also some material on tanks, apparently requested from the Army, and a 1982 Wall Street Journal article about a new troop carrier built by FMC with a history of delays cost over-runs.

Box 131 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES

     ARES was a company that had various contracts with the Iranian government relating to the development and manufacturing of air force related artillery and weaponry.  Their projects were various called Project 55, 20/35 (which dealt with those calibers of shells) or just ARES.  These ARES-related files are in chronological order without regard to the various nomenclature.  Intrec apparently dealt directly with ARES and its owner, Eugene Stoner, Lt. Colonel (Retired), rather than having a contractual relationship with the Iranian government.

     There is a separate file category for a device to regulate the rate and accuracy of ammunition used by aircraft.  It is variously called a CAM Rotor Gun, Fire Control System, Fire Gun Mechanism (IRG) and other similar names.  This device was a subject of much discussion, negocation and dispute concerning who owned the patent.  Pierre Sprey had begun the process of patenting such a device and defended his right to it.

     There is evidence that Col. Hallock had a separate file for this called "Fire Control" and we have followed his lead, but it should be noted that there are references to this device scattered throughout the rest of the ARES folders.

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, 1973

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran –ARES, June (?), 1974

     This folder contains a draft for the proposal in the next folder.

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, July, 1974

     This folder contains ARES document titled, "Proposal for the Development of a .35 mm Air Defense Weapon System" which was prepared for presentation to General Hassan Toufanian, the Iranian Vice Minister of War.

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, July 12-October, 1974

     This folder and the next contain correspondence, negations, notes of meetings and drafts of various Letter Contracts, Memoranda of Understanding, and Contracts between ARES and the government of Iran, with Intrec's input.  The signed contract is filed in the January, 1975 folder.

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, November-December, 1974

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, January-May, 1975

     This folder contains the signed contract with Iran for the ammunition and firing control mechanisms, as well as invoices, progress report drafts, correspondence and notes.

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, June, 1975

     This folder contains the first progress report on the "Manufacturing License and Technical Assistance and Development Agreement", as well as other materials.

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, July-December, 1975

Box 132 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, January-September, 1976

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, October, 1976

     This folder contains a Memorandum of Understanding concerning the assumption of control by the Fritz Werner company of the 20/35mm systems of the ARES project; a memo from Michael Levin to Richard Hallock concerning "the interim and final organizations for the 55 system [the ARES project], including the role of consultant and a draft consultant contract"; a lengthy, detailed history and status report of the 20/35 program and finally a photocopy of a rather cryptic Memorandum for Record concerning the project.

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, November-December, 1976

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, January-March, 1977

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, April, 1977

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, May, 1977-January, 1978

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES, undated/unidentified

Box 133 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – ARES

Folder 1 – Projects – Iran – ARES – Fire Control, January, 1974

     This folder contains a copy of the original proposal of ARES to "Demonstrate the Feasibility of a High Speed Weapon System Mechanism."

Folder 2 – Projects – Iran – Ares – Fire Control, August, 1975-March, 1976

Folder 3 – Projects – Iran – Ares – Fire Control, August, 1976

     This folder contains Pierre Sprey's patent application for a mechanism to control the firing rate of ammunition.

Folder 4 – Projects – Iran – Ares – Fire Control, September-December, 1976

Folder 5 – Projects – Iran – Ares – Fire Control, 1977

Folder 6 – Projects – Iran – Ares – Fire Control, 1978-1979

Box 134 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Bell Helicopter

     This project related to the establishment of an Iranian utility helicopter industry. Bell Helicopters International eventually was the lead contractor for this endeavor.

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran -- Bell Helicopter, November 21, 1974

     This folder contains a 251 page review of the contract performance at the Imperial Iranian Army Aviation Training Center, with recommendations "to assure program success program success" which "will require actions by all involved parties, i.e., Bell Helicopter International, U.S. Government activities and the Imperial Government of Iran."  The report was prepared by Col Sargeant and was signed off on by Frank A. Hinrichs, Major General, USA, Commanding.

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Bell Helicopter, December, 1974-January, 1975

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Bell Helicopter, February-July, 1975

     These are mostly tender requests to various aviation companies concerning the establishment of a utility helicopter industry in Iran.

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Bell Helicopter, August-Sept, 1975

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Bell Helicopter, October, 1975

     This folder contains a draft agreement between Textron/Bell and the Imperial Government of Iran.

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Bell Helicopter, November 2-8, 1975

     This contains a detailed critique of the Bell/Textron draft agreement and suggests substantial changes.

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Bell Helicopter, November 13-December, 1975

     This is a signature copy of the Agreement between Textron/Bell and the Imperial Government of Iran for the Establishment of an Iranian Helicopter Industry.

Box 135 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX

     The IBEX folders are arranged chronologically

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Contract [1], February 17, 1975

     This folder contains the initial contract between the Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF) and Rockwell, acting through its Autonetics Group.

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Contract [1] – Supplemental Agreements #1 and 2, September, 1975

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Contract [1] – Various comments, reviews, amendments, etc., 1975

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX -- Contract 2 and Amendments, May 4, 1975

     This contract is between the Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF) and Toche Ross & Co., (Audit Agency).

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Contract 3 and Amendment 1, May 4, 1976

     This contract is between the Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF) and Quest Research Corporation.

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Contract 4, July 2, 1975

     This contract is between the Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF) and Donald W. Patterson.

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects –Iran – IBEX – Contract 6, May 15, 1978

     This contract is between the Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF) and ARGOSystems.

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Contract 7, April 21, 1976

     This contract is between the Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF) and Tektronics, Inc.

Folder 9 – Intrec – Projects –Iran – IBEX – Contract 8, April 21, 1976

     This contract is between the Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF) and Hewlett-Packard Company.

Folder 10 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Contract 9, May 9, 1976

     This contract is between the Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF) and Watkins-Johnson Service Company

Box 136 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Program Review, April 12, 1976

     The IBEX project was a proposed Iran-wide communications system developed by Rockwell. Col. Hallock provided a detailed (and highly critical) review of the plan.

Folder 2 – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Revised Plan as resented to the Shah, April 28, 1976

     This folder contains a covering letter to the Shah of Iran regarding IBEX.  Attachment A consists of instructions to the Imperial Iranian Air Force regarding IBEX.  Enclosure 1 is the revised IBEX plan itself.  Enclosure 2 contains instruction for initiating the revision of the IBEX program on order.

Folder 3 – Projects – Iran – IBEX – Further review documents concerning IBEX, May 14-September 2, 1976

Box 137 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-5

J-5 was one of the 7 units reporting to the Chief of the Supreme Commander's Staff, who in turn reported directly to the Shah of Iran.  Intrec's J-5 project focused on the two main elements of the proposed J-5 organization – Strategic Planning and Financial Management.

I     n a document dated December 15, 1975, the functions of the Chief of J-5 are the following:

• Develop strategic plans and policies, for the Imperial Iranian Armed Forces.
• Administer and provide policy guidance to international military mission.
• Develop, implement, and maintain the planning, programming and budgeting systems; prepare, obtain approval of, and control the strategic 10-year plan, t-year program and budget.
• Conduct force structure and command relations studies; provide strategic guidance for all command, control, and communications systems.
• Conduct doctrinal, resource, and equipment studies with inter-service or national defense implications, as requested; conduct studies of Gendarmerie, National Police, reserve forces, and mobilization.
• Study and review existing and proposed TO&Es and TDs.

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-5, April 19-May 15, 1974

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-5, September, 1974

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-5, December, 1974

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-5, March-June, 1975

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-5, November, 1975

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-5, January-April, 1976

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-5, May-December, 1976

Box 138 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6

     J-6 was one of the 7 units reporting to the Chief of the Supreme Commander's Staff, who in turn reported directly to the Shah of Iran. Intrec's J-6 projects focused on the two main elements of the proposed J-6 organization, Communications and Electronics (CEM or C/EM).

     In a document dated June 11, 1975, the functions of the Chief of J-6 are the following:

• Coordinated, monitor, revise and integrate the CE projects of all agencies of the Armed Forces. Ensure coordination with TCI [the governmental unit dealing with civilian uses of CEM such as civil aviation].
• Coordinate military aspects of CE programs at the technical program management livel with the ESD Liaison Office and the J-6 of the ARMISH MAGG; act as the Imperial Iranian Government control authority for the ISD Liaison Office.
• Chair the JCRC Committee when meetings are concerned with primarily military programs; attend other meetings of the Committee.
• Secure the participation of other elements of SCS, as required.
• Maintain files on the status and content of CE projects of each agency of the Armed Forces (and other Civil Aviation and Meteorological Organizations
• Advice General Tuofanian on opportunities for in-country production related to CE projects.

     There were various projects untaken by the J-6 which are detailed in this collection.  Some were Intrec related, others were projects untaken by other companies with Intrec taking a secondary role.  There is an extremely detailed history of the inter-relations of the these projects dated March 14, 1975 which attempted to define the overlapping problems of the projects, sub-projects and parallel projects, along with recommendations on how to correct the situation.  Authorship of the study is unclear.  The initial project was Peace Scepter, which also had a Peace Scepter II phase, and was related to Peace Crown, Peace Crown II, Peace Crown III, Peace Spellout (1965-1968), Peace Ruby (1969-1971), Peace Net (1968-1975), Peace Corona, Peace Alter, Peace Log, and Project Pearl.  These projects dealt with a proposed expansion of the existing U.S.-built IIAF [Imperial Iranian Air Force] tropospheric scatter communications system which was to rely on tropo links and to use a computer-controlled multi-level precedence switching system.

     Additionally, there were related air-traffic control projects called Seek Sentry (Air Defense Improvement) and Seek Switch (Improvement of national communications).

     No attempt has been made to untangle these inter-locking projects. All materials relating to J-6 CEM matters are filed chronologically under the general J-6 heading.

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, March-May, 1974

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, July-December, 1974

     This folder contains a document titled "Background Paper on Point Air Defense" and several other shorter ones on related topics, such as SCUD missiles.

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, February, 1975

     This folder contains a Letter of Offer (DD 1513-1) which was submitted on February 26. There are several other assorted reports.

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, March 2, 1975

     This folder contains draft letters dealing with Seek Sentry matters.

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, March 14, 1975

     This folder contains Notes on Peace Scepter II, the detailed 45 page history of the Peace Scepter and related projects mentioned above.

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, April, 1975

     This folder contains mostly materials relating to Seek Switch and Seek Sentry, but not entirely.

Folder 7 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, May, 1975

     This folder contains information on the Seek Switch and Seek Sentry programs, and also a document titled Peace Scepter Plan II.  The forward says, "This document describes the revised Peace Scepter II Program and the approach bei9ng taken to meet the requirements outline in Attachment 3 to the DD 1513 dated 189 March 1975.  Included are the programs tasks as they are understood, the areas that require clarifications, the proposed program including costs and the schedule through contract award."

Folder 8 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, June, 1975

Box 139 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, July 5-19, 1975

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, July 21, 1975

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, August, 1975

     This folder contains the Statement of Work (SOW): AT&T Planning Phase Work for the Seek Switch planning Phase.  It also contains a draft document, Notes on Project Pearl, which was a nation-wide communications system for Imperial Iranian Navy (IIN) command and control and administration.

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, September-October, 1975

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, November, 1975

Box 140 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, December, 1975

     This reports has several reports from December plus the 5 volume review of Iran Air-Space issues prepared by the FAA.

Box 141 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, January, 1976

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, February 1-2, 1976

     This folder contains documents relating primarily to American Management Systems, Inc., and various components of the communications systems.

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, February 3, 1976

     This contains documents relating to American Management Systems, Inc., and various components of the communications systems.

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, February 4-19, 1976

     This folder contains information on various communication systems components including Peace Log.

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, March-June, 1976

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, July, 1976

     This folder contains a detailed analysis of the contractual relationship between Isiran and the Iranian government.  The two sentence summary of the evidence says in its entirety, "The total amount of money spent on computer-related projects is unknown but certainly exceeds $100 million.  There is no evidence that any computer application is yet operationally acceptable."

Box 142 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, August, 1976

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – J-6, September, 1976

     This folder contains a document titled Report on the Status of Automation of the Imperial Iranian Armed Forces.

Folder 3 – Intrec – Project – Iran – J-6, 1977-1978

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Materials from Office

Box 143 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference material, 1970

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Anti-Aircraft, 1972, nd (I)

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Anti-Aircraft, nd (II)

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – DoD Appropriations, 1972-1976

Box 144 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Negative Marginal Returns, August 1973

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material, 1974-1976

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – AMARC, March, 1974

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Teledyne Aeronautical, 1974

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Notes on Close Air Support, 1974

Item 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Volume II, Designs and Trajectories, 1974

Box 145 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material

Folder 1 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Ammunition Tests, 1975

Folder 2 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Business firms in Iran, May 1975

Folder 3 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Kaman Science Co., 1975

Folder 4 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Firearms Regulations, 1976

Folder 5 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material –Firearms Regulations, 1977

Folder 6 – Intrec – Projects – Iran – Reference Material – Anti-Tank, 1977

Series 19 – Miscellaneous Material

Folder 1 – Miscellaneous Material

Series 20 – Film and Sound Recordings

     Some of the film canisters are empty and some of them seem to contain films that do not correspond with the labels.  The labels are transcribed as found, but the films have not been viewed to verify the accuracy of those labels.

Box 146 – Film and Sound Recordings

Item 1 – Part 1 Eastman Positive – Motion Picture Safety Film – Perforated One Side – Fine Grain – 16mm. – Sound Recording – Safety – 400 Feet – 5372-151-01 Emulsion – 121.92 Meters

This film will be replaced if defective in manufacture, labeling, or packing. Except for such replacement, this film is sold without warranty or other liability of any kind. – Made in Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A. By Eastman Kodak Company – Trade Mark Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.

Item 2 – Part 2 Eastman Positive – KAKE – Safety – 400 Feet – 7372-11-04 Emulsion – 121.92 Meters – Read This Notice

     This film will be replaced if defective in manufacture, - Contact No. AF33(038)-16275 – Exposure Index No. S/N 8D1231-1.1

Item 3 – Part 2 Eastman Positive – Motion Picture Safety Film – Perforated One Side – Fine Grain – 16mm. – Sound Recording – Safety – 400 Feet – 7372-11-04 Emulsion – 121.92 Meters

Read This Notice – This film will be replaced if defective in manufacture, labeling, or packaging. Except for such replacement, this film is sold without warranty or other liability of any kind. – Made in Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A. By Eastman Kodak Company – Trade Mark Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. – Contact No. AF33(038)-16275 – Exposure Index No. S/N 8D1231-1.1 – T

Item 4 – Type 238 – Ansco Color – T. M, Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. – Duplicating Film – Reversible – Sound Perforated – Feet 1x400 – 16mm – Emulsion No M238-728-1 – Mar 1952

Notice: Guaranteed against manufacturing defects to extent of replacement only. No other warranty expressed or implied. As all dyes may in time change, this product will not be replaced or otherwise warranted against change in color. – Manufactured under the following and other U S. Patents: 2,179 228 2,1680849 2,1790239 2,220 187 – Safety Film – Color Compensating Filters – 1-.33 1-34 1-23 – Printed in U. S. A. – 35956

Item 5 – Paul Tesch – Filmfabrik G.M. B.H. – Berlin S.W. 29. Bergmannstrasse 68. – Nr Pol.-Film Nr. 8 – Title "Deutsche Polizeimeisterschaften in Frankfurt a./M. – Akt I. Teil – Kleb – Mtr. – Kontr.

Item 6 – GE-552 – T

Item 7 – IR-332 – T

Item 8 – In Wissenschaftund Unterricht – Hindenborg – Vor dem Einglegen Filmbuhne saubern! Nach dem Einlegen durch Drehen am Triebknopf prufen, ob der Film richtig befordert. Filme mussen stets in Blechbuchsen verschlossen aufbewahrt warden! - RWU

Item 9 – RWU – Reichsanatalt Fur Film Und Bild – In Wissenschaft Und Unterricht – T

Item 10 – RfdU – Reichsstelle – Fur Den Unterrichtsfilm – T

Item 11 – S Tocko – film-Buchse – Seekrieg 1914/18 – Filme sollen setes in Blechbuchsen verchlossen aufbewahrt werden.

Films have to be stored always in tinboxes. Conservez les films toujoirs dans des boites de fer blanc. – Hay que guarder las peliculas siempre en latas bein verradas. – Made in Germany. – T

Item 12 – CMS8943 – P2442 – Columbia State 4. – T124 – ABN – 400ft. – 16mm

Item 13 – Test-3 – 115mm.-END – 3.5 Rocket (wp) – 57mm canister – E

Item 14 – LR-5068 – R1 260 – T

Box 147 – Film and Sound Recordings

Item 1 – LR-5095 – 400ft. – 16mm

Item 2 – Blank canister

Item 3 – SH – Siemens – F

Item 4 – SH – Siemens – Frag. – F – Liuen L.

Item 5 – SH - Siemens

Item 6 – Zeiss Ikon – W301 – Super Jconta Film – Kering bidu gutter dusiug – Kinamo Schmalfilm – T

Item 7 – RWU – Reichsanstalt Fur film Und Bild – In Wissenschaft Und Unterricht

Item 8 – Eastman – Safety film – 400 Feet – 5504-309-01 Emulsion – 121.92 Meter

Read This Notice: This film will be replaced if defective in manufacture, labeling, or packaging. Except for such replacement, this film is sold without warranty or other liability of any kind. – Made in Rochester, N/ Y., U. S.A. By Eastman Kodak Company – Trade Mark Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.

Item 9 – Paul Tesch – Filmfebrik G.M. B.H. – Berlin S.W.29. Bergannstrasse 68. – Nr Pol.-Film Nr. 8 – Title "Deutsche Polizeimeisterschaften in Frankfurt a/M. 1937" – Akt a. Teil – Kleb – 120 Mtr. – Kontr. Lewnilme Boligeilmule film#11. Bubltelle.

Item 10 – R

Item 11 – Charles T. Mertz Personal – Manila 1945 – Sound Print – Mertz footage- Manila 1945-B&W comp EVG PRT-12-9-59 – 16mm Room

Item 12 – Charles T. Mertz Personal – Scenes of U.S. Navy 1944 – Silent Print – Mertz footage- US Navy- 1944- B&W Silent PRT 12-9-59 – 55-56 – d-4

Item 13 – Agfa – B&W – full

Item 14 – Agfa – isopa p – B&W – Full

Item 15 – Agfa – Color – Full

Box 148 – Film and Sound Recordings

Item 1 – W: SEEKRIEG, 1914-1918

Item 2 – S: OLYMPISCHE, BERLIN 1936

Item 3 – W: 5: 1939, (DANZIG, POLAND)

Item 4 – W: 36/37: 1942, (CONVOYS, RUSSIA)

Item 5 – W: ?/34: 1942, (RUSSIA: KERTSCH, KHARKOV, SEVASTOPOL)

Item 6 – W: 34: 1942, (SEVASTOPOL)

Item 7 – W: 36: 1942, (CONVOYS IN TISMEER)

Item 8 – degeto: Welt-Spiegel, 1942: Folge 31, 16 mm

Item 9 – degeto: Welt-Spiegel, 1942: Folge 32, 16 mm

Item 10 – degeto: Welt-Spiegel, 1942: Folge 33, 16 mm

Item 11 – BERLIN '47- EARLY '48 (KIESSTRSSE) + (short part of trips to states)

Item 12 – H-II: SEPT 1-4 1948: 5-": 6-DEC 1948: 7-": 8-"

Item 13 - Holzanbeit im Winter in den Bayerischen Bergen

Item 14 - Hallock, etc -- 7-18-1989

Item 15 - 5 day Marathon, Nov 14, 69

     There is a sheet of paper inside the box of this recording tape that lists the following names:  Bonnie Bowing, Jack and Joan Prichard, Ray Smith, Stan Duke, Eve Dilmon (?) and Pat Porter.

Item 16 - Small reel of audio tape, unidentified

Item 17 - Envelope, labeled "Associated with Audio Tapes labeled 'Hallock, etc. 1969"

Box 149 – Film and Sound Recordings

Item 1 – HC – REEL IV: 1-SEPT. 6, 1948: 2-": 3-": 4-": 5-": 6-": SAILING WANNSEE

Item 2 – HC – REEL II: 1-JULY1948: 2-": 3-": 4-SEPT 1948: FAMILY

Item 3 – H-IV – DEC 1948: SANTA CLAUS ETC.

Item 4 – REEL I: COLUMBUS GA. 1951 (I)

Item 5 – COLUMBUS GA. '51-'52 (II)

Item 6 – BRICKYARD + AUTORACE

Item 7 – A: AFRIKANISCHE STEPPENTIERE

Item 8 – A: AFRIKANISCHE DICKHAUTER

Item 9 – A: JUNGSTORCHE AM NEST

Item 10 – A: JUNGE LOWEN/BARE 1m 200.

Item 11 – A: TIERPLEGE 1m ZOOLOGISCHEN GARTEN

Box 150 – Film and Sound Recordings

Item 1 – A: JUNGE PAVIANE 1m ZOO (BABOONS)

Item 2 – A: KUCUCK ALS BRUT-SCHMAROTZER

Item 3 – A: AFRIKANISCHE AFFEN (APES)

Item 4 – A: PFERDE 1m HAUPTGESTUT TRAKEHNEN

Item 5 – K T: STANDARD OIL

Item 6 – K: MISC. RHINE ETC.

Item 7 – K: FISHING BOAT

Item 8 – K: PALESTINE AND SYRIA PART II

Item 9 – P T: KAMPF DEM VERKEHRSSUHDER (GOEBBELS)

Item 10 – P: DEUTSCHE REICHSTAG ZU VURNBERG

Item 11 – P: DER TAG VON COMPIEGNE

Box 151 – Film and Sound Recordings

Item 1 – P: POLISH NAZI YOUTH ON FARM

Item 2 – P: HNYDENBURG

Item 3 – R: DIE BEIDEN AUS-REISSER

Item 4 – R: FRITZ AND FRATZ

Item 5 – R: THE WOLF AND THE SEVEN KIDS

Item 6 – R: FRITZ + FRATZ/BIMBO

Item 7 – R T: POPEYE FIGHTS A DUEL

Item 8 – R T: POPEYE AND THE BULLFIGHT

Item 9 – R: WIR BASTELN EINEN BAUERNHOF

Item 10 – R: TISCHLEIN DECH DICH!: (I) TEIL

Item 11 – R: TISCHLEIN DECH DICH!: (II) TEIL

Box 152 – Film and Sound Recordings

Item 1 – R: TISCHLEIN DECH DICH!: (III) TEIL

Item 2 – R: DORN-ROSCHEN

Item 3 – R: ALADIN UND DIE WUNDER-LAMPE

Item 4 – S: DER HUND ALS HELFER DER POLIZEI

Item 5 – W: (NUMBER) GERMAN TROOPS AT XMAS

Item 6 – W: LAKE-1

Item 7 – W T: UFA MAGAZIN 77

Item 8 – W: KRETA

Item 9 – W: KRETA

Item 10 – no information

Item 11 – W: 45, 1942: SEVASTAPOL, DIEPPE, AIR WAR RUSSIA

Item 12 – R: DER WOLF UND DIE SIEEEN GT. SSLEIN

Item 13 – H-I: FAMILY, 1945-1948 (Empty Reel)

Box 153 – Film and Sound Recordings

Item 1 – C-47 TRAINING (AMER.)

Item 2 – CAMERA (TECHNICAL)

Item 3 – CAMERA (TECHNICAL)

Item 4 – CAMERA LENS (TECHNICAL)

Item 5 – no information

Item 6 – W T: WOCHENSCHAU 543 – no film

Item 7 – C T: DER DUNKLE PUNKT: TEIL IV – no film

Item 8 – P T: JUGEND ERLEBT HEIMAT – no film

Item 9 – no information – no film

Box 154 – Artifacts Box

     All items in this box relate to SAWS Book #16, item 126 and book # 33, item 679

Artifact Box 1

The material in this box relates to Series 3: SAWS, Box 37, Book 16 item #126

1. US World War II Cartridge (.30 Cal Ball Ml906 M-2)

2. Current NATO standard Cartridge (7.62 mm Ball NAOT[NATO])

3. AR-15 rifle Cartridge (.223 cal Ball Remington)

4. Russian 7.62 mm x39mm: Service Ball Round.

Overall length 55mm
Length case 38.5mm
Length Bullet 27mm
Cartridge WT Complete 253 grmins
WT/case w/primer 105 gr.
WT Bullet 123gr.
WT Powder 22.2gr
Composition of Bullet: Copper Gilding Metal Jacket over Steel core.
Cartridge Case and Primer:
Steel Cartridge case w/copper bronze washing coating. Primer-Berdan Type Corrosive (Mercury Fulmate – Potassium chlorate.)
Powder: Cylindrical Grain, Center bored, Graphite coated, Hi intensity military type powder.

5. Current Soviet standard cartridge (7.62 mm Ball M43)

6. Soviet World War II Cartridge (7.62 mm Ball Cartridge M1908 type L)

Russian/Finnish Manufacturing

7.62 x 39 mm M43 Ammo

7. Bullet: 123 Grain Wasp Waist, Recessed Rear, Full Metal Jacket (copper), Lead Core Diameter .3085, Length 15/16" Bullet Seating depth ¼" (to fwd edgs wasp waist)

8. Powder: Hi velocity UNK, capacity, weight 26.1 grains fills case to base of seated bullet. In external physical appearance powder resembles Czechoslovakian SM-5
SM-5 7.62 x 39
Powder Powder
Fast Burning
Hi Intensity 26.1 grains
Military-Spouting
Powder-Medium Base Calibrate

9. Case: Bra. Berdan Primer
1 ½ " Overall Length, Base dia .418, Neck dia .310

The material relates to Series 3: SAWS, Box 42, Book 33 item #679

Faulty/Corrected Belt Links (Stoner MG) and some powder samples
Apparently CDEC 1965 (this note made 1982)
Apparently faulty and connected stoner MG but links provided by AMC for CDCED field experiment. Also some powder samples.

10. 223 Military, powder sample

11. 223 Commercial, powder sample

12. Ball A 507, bullet with powder sample

13. New Link from Original Die

14. Original Borg – Warner Link

15. Second Generation Link

Bibliographic Appendex to the Finding Aid

The following publications were in the Hallock collection.

Barlow, Jeffery G. ed. Critical Issues: Reforming the Military. Washington, D.C.: The Heritage Foundation, 1981.

McNamara, Robert S. Statement of Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara Before the Senate Armed Services Committee on The Fiscal Year 1969-73 Defense Program and The 1969 Defense Budget.  Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1968. http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupid?key=ha008519440.

United States Army Infantry School.  Engineer Handbook.  US Army Infantry School:  Fort Benning, Georgia, August 1971.

United States Army Infantry School.  Tactical Operations Handbook. US Army Infantry School:  Fort Benning, Georgia, June 1965.

United States.  Atomic Energy Commission.  What You Should Know About AEC Security.  Washington, D.C.:  The Division of Security, 1964.

United States.  Congress. Economic Report of the President. Washington, D.C.:  United States Government Printing Office, 1968. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/economic_reports/1968.pdf.

United States.  Congress.  Economic Report of the President. Washington, D.C.:  United States Government Printing Office, 1969. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/economic_reports/1969.pdf.

United States.  Congress.  Economic Report of the President.  Washington, D.C.:  United States Government Printing Office, 1970. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/economic_reports/1970.pdf

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations. Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. Fraud And Corruption In Management of Military Club Systems--illegal Currency Manipulations Affecting South Vietnam: Hearings ... United States Senate. Washington, D.C.:  United States Government Printing Office, 1969-1971. http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008515146. http://franklin.library.upenn.edu/record.html?id=FRANKLIN_4720833.

United States Department of the Army. Military Security: Safeguarding Defense Information. Department of the Army: Washington, D.C., May 1965.

United States Departments of the Army and the Air Force. Airdrop of Supplies and Equipment: Reference Data for Airdrop Loads. Technical Manual No. 10-500-16. Technical Order No. 13C7-1-13. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, May 1968.

United States Departments of the Army and the Air Force. Airdrop of Supplies and Equipment: Reference Data for Airdrop Loads. Technical Manual No. 10-500-16. Technical Order No. 13C7-1-13 C1. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, May 1968.

United States. Department of the Treasury. State laws and Published Ordinances: Firearms. Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, 1982.

United States.  President's Commission on Budget Concepts. Report of the President's Commission on Budget Concepts. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1967. http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.b4446593;view=1up;seq=7.

United States.  President's Commission on Budget Concepts. Staff Papers and Other Materials Reviewed by the President's Commission. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1967. http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000963515?type%5B%5D=all&lookfor%5B%5D=staff%20papers%20and%20other%20material%20reviewed%20by%20the%20president%27s%20commission%2C%201967&ft=.

United States.  President's Commission on Postal Organization. Towards Postal Excellence: the Report of the President's Commission on Postal Organization. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1968.

United States.  President's Commission on Postal Organization. Towards Postal Excellence: the Report of the President's Commission on Postal Organization.  Vol. 1. Washington, D.C.:  United States Government Printing Office, 1968.

United States.  President's Commission on Postal Organization. Towards Postal Excellence: the Report of the President's Commission on Postal Organization.  Vol. 2. Washington, D.C.:  United States Government Printing Office, 1968.

United States.  President's Commission on Postal Organization. Towards Postal Excellence: the Report of the President's Commission on Postal Organization. Vol. 3.  Washington, D.C.:  United States Government Printing Office, 1968.

United States.  President's Commission on Postal Organization. Towards Postal Excellence: the Report of the President's Commission on Postal Organization.  Vol. 4.  Washington, D.C.:  United States Government Printing Office, 1968. http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uiug.30112106910695.

Van de Kamp, John K.  California Firearms Laws 1989. Sacramento, CA:  Office of the Attorney General, 1989.